CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Lithocyclia Ehrenberg 1846

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Lithocyclia amphitrites Ehrenberg 1854

not figuredLithocyclia cingulata Haeckel 1887

Lithocyclia crux Moore 1971
= Lithocyclia crux
not figuredLithocyclia heteropora Haeckel 1887

Lithocyclia lenticula Haeckel 1887

Lithocyclia monococcus Haeckel 1887

Lithocyclia ocellus Ehrenberg 1854
= Lithocyclia ocellus
Lithocyclia reticulata Harting 1863

Lithocyclia stella Ehrenberg 1873

Lithocyclia

Citation: Lithocyclia Ehrenberg 1846
Rank: genus
Type species: Lithocyclia ocellus Ehrenberg 1854 [only one valid species]
Described on page(s) : chart to p.385
Family (traditional): Coccodiscidae

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Current identification/main database link: Lithocyclia Ehrenberg 1847


Original Description
Corpuscula disciformia, media parte nucleata, margine lato vage aut concentrice celluloso. (Mixta).
Cellula media ampla nucleata, marginales tenues in seriebus concentricis aut Spongiosae ordine nullo orbicularia.

Translation: Small, disc-shaped body, median part nucleate, with a sometimes wide or concentrically cellular margin. (Mixed). Median chamber wide and nucleate, margin delicate with concentric rows or irregular spongy. Circular. (Translated from Latin by E.M.R. and W.R.R.)]

Etymology: From the Greek lithocyclia = circular stone

References:

Ehrenberg, C. G. (1846). Uber eine halibiolithische, von Herrn R. Schomburgk entdeckte, vorherrschend aus mikroskopischen Polycystinen gebildete, Gebirgsmasse von Barbados. Bericht uber die zu Bekanntmachung geeigneten Verhandlungen der Koniglichen Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. 1846: 382-385. gs


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