Eucyrtidium cuspidatum Ehrenberg 1861 in Ehrenberg 1873.jpg
Citation: Eucyrtidium cuspidatum Bailey 1856Rank: speciesDescribed on page(s) : p.5Type specimens: pl.1, fig.12Type age (chronostrat): [presumably Quaternary]Type locality: LM112; LM113; LM114Type repository: No information given
Original Description Shell conical with eight or more articulations, head rounded and bearing along curved setiform proeess. Size: Length of shell 6m. Length of setula 5m to 6m. Editors' Notes The micro-unit employed by Bailey is 1/1000 of an English inch expressed in integers and fractions.
\In the Atlantic soundings is found a species closely resembling this, except that it has not been seen with the setiform process. I have called it C. tritonis.\"
= Lithostrobus tristichus in Haeckel 1887a [invalid name]"[comment from RadWorld database]
Bailey, J. W. (1856). Notice of microscopic forms found in the soundings of the Sea of Kamtschatka. American Journal of Science and Arts. 22(64): 1-6. gsVO
Eucyrtidium cuspidatum compiled by the radiolaria@mikrotax project teamviewed: 2-4-2023