CATALOG - Micrantholithus serratus


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Current identification/main database link: Pemma basquense (Martini, 1959) Báldi-Beke, 1971

Compiled data

Citation: Micrantholithus serratus Chang (1969)
Rank: Species
Type locality: England
Type age (chronostrat): Bartonian
Standardised type level: 103_UPPER EOCENE
Type specimens: pl. 1, figs. 5-6 , 15 -16
Type repository: Daegu, Geology Dept, Kyungpook University
Repository Country: Korea
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): 23025
Language: EN
Current citation: Pemma basquense (Martini, 1959) Báldi-Beke, 1971

References:

Chang, K. H. (1969). Several new species of middle and upper Eocene nannoplankton related with Micrantholithus parisiensis Bouché. Journal of the Geological Society of Korea. 5: 145-155. gs

Missing or ambiguous references: Chang (1969)


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Micrantholithus serratus: Catalog entry compiled by Richard Howe. Viewed: 13-5-2021

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