CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Amphiplecta Haeckel 1882

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Amphiplecta acrostoma Haeckel 1887
= Amphiplecta acrostoma
not figuredAmphiplecta amphistoma Haeckel 1887
= Amphiplecta amphistoma
Amphiplecta callistoma Haeckel 1887
= Lampromitra callistoma
Amphiplecta cylindrocephala Dumitrica 1973
= Amphiplecta cylindrocephala
Amphiplecta satoshii Renaudie & Lazarus 2015
= Amphiplecta satoshii
Amphiplecta tripleura Funakawa 1995
= Amphiplecta tripleura

Amphiplecta

Citation: Amphiplecta Haeckel 1882
Rank: genus
Type species: Amphiplecta amphistoma Haeckel 1887 [designated by Campbell,1954, p.D122]
Described on page(s) : 424
Family (traditional): Plagiacanthidae

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Current identification/main database link: Amphiplecta Haeckel 1881


Original Description
2b. Tribus: Tetraplectida. Skeleto viminali, aculeis quatuor ramosis composito, quorum rami coaliti vimentum laxum formant:
A.vimento regulari, latert pyramidis triangularis occupante cujus tres costas tres aculei formant, quarto, aculeo in apice culminante.
AII. vimento dicyrtidi similis, utroque articulo aperto.

Translation: 2b. Tribe: Tetraplectida. Skeleton of wickerwork, composed of four branched spines, the branches of which coalesce to form a loose wickerwork.
A. Wickerwork regular, occupying the sides of a triangular pyramid, the three ribs of which are formed by the three spines, with the fourth spine forming the apex.
AII. Wickerwork resembling a dicyrtid, both segments open. (Translated from Latin by E.M.R. and W.R.R.)]

Etymology: Greek amphiplecta = shell at both poles open, with framework around"

References:

Haeckel, E. (1882). Entwurf eines Radiolarien-Systems auf Grund von Studien der Challenger-Radiolarien [Basis for a radiolarian classification from the study of Radiolaria of the Challenger collection]. Jenaische Zeitschrift für Naturwissenschaft. 15: 418-472. gs


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