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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Ceratospyris (Cladospyris) Ehrenberg 1846

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Cladospyris bibrachiata Ehrenberg 1873

Cladospyris moluccanus Harting 1863

Cladospyris tribrachiata Ehrenberg 1873


Citation: Ceratospyris (Cladospyris) Ehrenberg 1846
taxonomic rank: sub-genus
Type species: Cladospyris moluccanus Harting 1863 [only one valid species]
Described on page(s) : chart to p.385
Family (traditional): Plagiacanthidae

Current identification:

See also: Ceratospyris - Cladospyris was described as a sub-genus of Ceratospyris;

Original Description

Testae enuclcatae e cellulis binis (longitudinaliter constrictae) aut e cellulis appositis multis coalitae (Effusae planae aut teretes et subglobosae). Testarum clathratae cellulae binae amplae, strictura longitudinali levius discretae ... appendicibus spinosis insignis.

Test enucleate, with two chambers (longitudinally constricted), or formed of many chambers grown together (spread in a plane or rounded and subglobose). Test with two broad latticed chambers, separated by a slight longitudinal stricture. Distinguished by spiny appendages,

branched. (Translated from Latin by E.M.R. and W.R.R.)]

Editors' Notes
[Synonymized with Ceratospyris Ehrenberg by Nigrini, 1967]


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


Cladospyris compiled by the radiolaria@mikrotax project team viewed: 25-6-2024

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