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|not figured||Archicircus duodenus Haeckel 1887|
|not figured||Archicircus ellipsis Haeckel 1887|
|Archicircus hertwigii Haeckel 1887|
|Archicircus hexacanthus Haeckel 1887|
|not figured||Archicircus monopylus Haeckel 1887|
|Archicircus monostephus Haeckel 1887|
|not figured||Archicircus ovalis Haeckel 1887|
|Archicircus primordialis Haeckel 1887|
|not figured||Archicircus princeps Haeckel 1887|
|not figured||Archicircus quadratus Haeckel 1887|
|Archicircus rhombus Haeckel 1887|
|Archicircus sexangularis Haeckel 1887|
|not figured||Archicircus triglyphus Haeckel 1887|
The genus Archicircus is the most primitive and simplest form of all Stephoidea, and probably the commom amcestral from, not only of this suborder, but of the greater number of all Nassellaria (compare above p.893). The skeleton consists only of a quite simple sagittal ring, in which commonly a slight difference of both poles of the main axis (basal and apical pole) is visible, but no difference between the dorsal and the ventral bow of the ring. In my Prodromus (1881, p.447) the species of Archicircus were disposed partly in the subgenus Monostephus, partly in the genus Lithocircus.
Extra details from original publication
In description the text on p.893 deals with the entire legion of Nassellaria.
Synonymized with Lithocircus Müller by Petrushevskaya, p.269]
Archicircus compiled by the radiolaria@mikrotax project team viewed: 25-3-2023
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