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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Aspis velutochlamydosaurus Nishimura 1992

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Higher levels: rads_cat -> A -> Aspis -> Aspis velutochlamydosaurus
Other pages this level: A. murus, A. velutochlamydosaurus

Aspis velutochlamydosaurus

Citation: Aspis velutochlamydosaurus Nishimura 1992
Rank: species
Described on page(s) : p.360
Type specimens: pl.10, figs.6-8; pl.13, fig.11
Type repository: Holotype n° LMMN AN0001-8, and paratypes n° LMMN AN0003-2, Laboratory of the Microfossil's study of Matsumoto, Nagano.
Family (traditional): Artostrobiidae
Family (modern): Nassellaria

Current identification/main database link: Aspis velutochlamydosaurus Nishimura 1992


Original Description

Shell of three (?) segments; cephalis irregularly spherical, quite thick-walled, rough-surfaced, with several tube-like nodules externally, bearing a rod-like stout apical spine of which the base possesses a large pore, and a conical thick tube-like projection (probably V) with a large opening near the collar stricture. Thorax spindle-shaped cylindrical, its pores circular or subcircular with polygonal pore-frames regularly arranged with three solid, rod-like lateral wings/feet in the distal portion. Abdomen (?) commonly broken, only fragments of thin-walled lattice, its pores irregular.

(Based on 15 specimens) Overall height 110-132 µ, maximum width of thorax 58-62 µ, of cephalis 28-36 µ, length of feet 30-40 µ and of apical horn 20-30 µ. Distinguishing characters (rw): This form differs from Aspis murus in having an apical horn and three lateral wings/feet. There seems to be a close evolutionary relationship between both species. The two species do not co-occur: Aspis velutochlamydosaurus appears after Aspis murus disappears.

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Etymology:
velutochlamydosaurus means like a frilled lizard.

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Editors' Notes

References:

Nishimura, A. (1992). Paleocene radiolarian biostratigraphy in the northeast Atlantic at Site 384, Leg 43, of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. Micropaleontology. 38(4): 317-362. gs


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