CATALOG - Sphenolithus rioi


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Current identification/main database link: Sphenolithus rioi Agnini Fornaciari & Raffi 2008

Compiled data

Citation: Sphenolithus rioi Agnini et al. 2008
Rank: Species
Type locality: Atlantic Ocean, ODP208-1262A-15H-3W, 128-129cm
Type level: Thanetian
Standardised type level: 093_UPPER PALEOCENE
Type repository: Padova Univ, Geol & Pal Museum
Repository Country: Italy
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): 17087 (Howe)
Language: EN

References:

Agnini, C., Fornaciari, E. & Raffi, I. (2008). Three new species of calcareous nannofossil from Late Palaeocene and Early Eocene assemblages (Ocean Drilling Program Site 1262, Walvis Ridge, SE Atlantic Ocean). Journal of Nannoplankton Research. 30(1): 51-56. gs


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Sphenolithus rioi: Catalog entry compiled by Anna Farinacci and Richard Howe. Viewed: 19-11-2019

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