CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Lithostrobus Bütschli 1882

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Lithostrobus acuminatus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus botryocyrtis Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus caloceras Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus conulus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus cornutus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus cyrtoceras Haeckel 1887

not figuredLithostrobus distichus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus hexagonalis Haeckel 1887
= Lithostrobus hexagonalis
Lithostrobus hexastichus Haeckel 1887

not figuredLithostrobus leptoceras Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus lithobotrys Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus longus Grigorjeva 1975
= Lithostrobus longus
not figuredLithostrobus macroceras Haeckel 1887

not figuredLithostrobus monostichus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus parvispina Vinassa de Regny 1900

not figuredLithostrobus pentastichus Haeckel 1887

not figuredLithostrobus quadratus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus seriatus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus tetrastichus Haeckel 1887

Lithostrobus turricula Frizzell & Middour 1951

Lithostrobus turritella Lipman 1952

Lithostrobus

Citation: Lithostrobus Bütschli 1882
Rank: genus
Described on page(s) : 529
Family (traditional): Theoperidae

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Current identification/main database link: Lithostrobus Bütschli 1882


Original Description
Zu dieser Gruppe stelle ich eine Anzahl von Ehrenberg unter Eucyrtidium aufgeführter Formen, welche sich den eigentlichen Eucyrtidien auch aufs innigste anschließen. Sie zeichnen sich durch ihre Vielgliedrigkeit aus (bis neungliedrig beobachtet), weiterhin jedoch namentlich dadurch, dass die Glieder successive an Durchmesser anwachsen, so dass die Gesammtgestalt eine sehr schlank-kegelförmige wird. Ob auch hier schließlich eine Zusammenziehung des Mündungsendes sich findet, ist zweifelhaft. Angedeutet ist eine solche nur bei Euc. argus Ehbg. und zwar erst am vierten oder fünften Glied.

Translation: In this group, I place some forms that are strongly related to the eucyrtids and were listed by Ehrenberg in the genus Eucyrtidium. They are characterized by many segments (up to nine segments observed), that present, moreover, progressively enlarging diameters, so that the shape of the shell is a narrow cone. The occurrence of a terminal narrowing of the apertural end of the shell is dubious. This is the case of Eucyrtidium argusEhrenberg, from the first to the fourth or fifth segment. (In German. Translated by J.P.C.)]

Etymology: From the Greek lithostrobus = cone of silex

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References:

Bütschli, O (1882a). Beitrage zur Kenntnis des Radiolarienskelette, insbesondere der der Cyrtida. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie. 36: 486-540. gs


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