CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Peridium Haeckel 1887

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Peridium alatum Haeckel 1887

not figuredPeridium cervinum Haeckel 1887

not figuredPeridium curvipes Haeckel 1887

Peridium hystrix Jørgensen 1900

Peridium infundibuliforme Funakawa 1995

Peridium intricatum Cleve 1899

not figuredPeridium lasanum Haeckel 1887

Peridium laxum Cleve 1899

Peridium longispinum Jørgensen 1900
= Peridium longispinum
Peridium minutum Popofsky 1908

Peridium minutum jh Cleve 1899

Peridium palmipes Haeckel 1887

not figuredPeridium papillatum Haeckel 1887

Peridium piriforme Popofsky 1908

Peridium quadrispiculum Popofsky 1908

Peridium ramosum Su 1982

Peridium sphaerum Funakawa 1995

Peridium spinipes Haeckel 1887
= Peridium spinipes
Peridium tortonianicum Renaudie & Lazarus 2016

Peridium

Citation: Peridium Haeckel 1887
Rank: genus
Type species: Peridium lasanum Haeckel 1887 [designated by Campbell,1954, p.D118]
Described on page(s) : 1153
Family (traditional): Plagiacanthidae

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Current identification/main database link: Archiperidium Haeckel 1881


Original Description
Archiperida (vel Monocyrtida triradiata clausa) without internal columella, with an apical horn.

Etymology: From the Greek peridium = small pouch"

Extra details from original publication
The genus Peridium (or Archiperidium, Prodromus, loc. cit.) and the two following nearly allied genera form together the small group of Archibursida, differing from the four preceding genera (the Euscenida) in the absence of an internal free columella. The three basal feet have therefore no direct connection with the apical horn. Peridium, the ancestral form of the Archibursida, may have originated either from Euscenium by reduction and loss of the columella, or directly from Tripospyris by loss of the sagittal ring and the longitudinal constriction.

[By referring back to p.429 of his Prodromus and stating above ""Peridium or Archiperidium" Haeckel obviously means Peridium to be an emendation of the name Archiperidium, which is unjustified according to the ICZN (1961) art. 33a. Peridium is thus a junior objective synonym of Archiperidium Haeckel 1881a.
Description: The ""two following nearly allied genera"" refers to Archipera and Archibursa; the ""four preceding genera"" refers to Euscenium, Cladoscenium, Archiscenium, and Pteroscenium in Haeckel, 1887a.]
Sub-genera described:

References:

Haeckel, E (1887). Report on the Radiolaria collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the year 1873-1876, Zoology. 18: 1-1803. gs


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