CATALOG - Cruciplacolithus asymmetricus

Folder trail: ntax_Farinacci -> C -> Cruciplacolithus -> Cruciplacolithus asymmetricus
Folders this level: C. asymmetricus, C. bornemannii, C. cassus, C. cretaceus, C. edwardsii, C. filigranus, C. flavius, C. furtivus, C. hayi, C. inseadus, C. intermedius, C. kanungoi, C. klausii, C. latipons, C. mutatus, C. nebulosus, C. nishii, C. notus, C. opacus, C. pinnatus, C. praebornemannii, C. primus, C. quader, C. salebrosus, C. subrotundus, C. tarquinius, C. tenuiforatus, C. vanheckae, C. zachosii

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Current identification/main database link: Cruciplacolithus asymmetricus van Heck & Prins, 1987

Compiled data

Citation: Cruciplacolithus asymmetricus van Heck & Prins 1987
Rank: Species
Type locality: North Sea
Type age (chronostrat): Lower Paleocene
Standardised type level: 091_LOWER PALEOCENE
Type repository: authors collection only?
Repository Country: The Netherlands
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): 13050
Language: EN
Current citation: Cruciplacolithus asymmetricus van Heck & Prins, 1987


van Heck, S. E. & Prins, B. (1987). A refined nannoplankton zonation for the Danian of the Central North Sea. Abhandlungen der Geologischen Bundesanstalt. 39: 285-303. gs V O


Cruciplacolithus asymmetricus: Catalog entry compiled by Anna Farinacci. Viewed: 13-5-2021

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