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Scrippsiella rotunda

Classification: ntax_non_cocco -> Dinophytes -> Thoracosphaeraceae -> Tangential wall -> Scrippsiella -> Scrippsiella rotunda
Sister taxa: S. crystallina, S. lachrymosa, S. minima, S. patagonica, S. precaria, S. rotunda, S. sweeneyae, S. trifida, S. triquetracapitata, S. acuminata, S. regalis, S. fragments, S. sp.


Citation: Scrippsiella rotunda Lewis 1991 ex Head 1996
taxonomic rank: species

Catalog entries:


Archeopyle: Mesoepicystal (Streng et al. 2004)

Geological Range:
Last occurrence (top): Extant. Data source: Zonneveld et al. 2005
First occurrence (base): within No known fossil record modern (0.00-0.00Ma, base in "Holocene" stage). Data source:


Head, M. J. (1996). Modern dinoflagellate cysts and their biological affinities. In, Jansonius, J. & McGregor, D. C. (eds) Palynology: Principles and Applications. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, College Station, Texas. 1197-1248. gs

Lewis, J. (1991). Cyst-theca relationship in Scrippsiella (Dinophyceae) and related orthoperidinioid genera. Botanica Marina. 34: 91-106. gs

Streng, M. & Meier, K. J. S. (2017). Diversity of calcareous dinoflagellate cysts in surface sediments of Gullmar Fjord, Sweden – an unrecognized gene pool of the Thoracosphaeraceae (peridineaen dinoflagellates). Journal of Nannoplankton Research. 37(1): 1-14. gs

Zonneveld, K. A. F., Meier, K. J. S., Esper, O., Siggelkow, D., Wendler, I. & Willems, H. (2005). The (palaeo-) environmental significance of modern calcareous dinoflagellate cysts: a review. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 79(1): 61-77. gs


Scrippsiella rotunda compiled by Jeremy R. Young viewed: 15-7-2024

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