CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Pteroscenium Haeckel 1882

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Higher levels: rads_cat -> P -> Pteroscenium
Other pages this level: << < Prunulum, Pseudocubus, Pseudodictyophimus, Pseudostaurolonche, Pseudostaurosphaera, Psilomelissa, Psychospyris, Pteractis, Pterocanium, Pterocodon, Pterocorys, Pterocorythium, Pterocyrtidium, Pteroperidium, Pteropilium, Pteroscenium, Pterosyringium, Pylobotrys, Pylocapsa, Pylodiscus, Pylolena, Pylonium, Pylosphaera, Pylospira, Pylospyris, Pylozonium

not figuredPteroscenium arcadophorum Haeckel 1887

Pteroscenium arcuatum Haeckel 1887
= Pteroscenium arcuatum
Pteroscenium aurivillii Cleve 1901

not figuredPteroscenium macropodium Haeckel 1887

Pteroscenium pinnatum Haeckel 1887
= Pteroscenium pinnatum
not figuredPteroscenium spinulosum Haeckel 1887

not figuredPteroscenium tripocolpum Haeckel 1887

Pteroscenium

Citation: Pteroscenium Haeckel 1882
Rank: genus
Type species: Pteroscenium arcuatum Haeckel 1887 [designated by Campbell,1954, p.D118]
Described on page(s) : 429

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Current identification/main database link: Pteroscenium Haeckel 1881


Original Description
1e. Tribus: Archiperida Monocyrtidta clausa triradiata.
B. Archiperida acuta (capitulo spinoso, non laevi)
BII. cavo testae cum axi centrali (spina capitali infra in bacillum axialem prolongato qui in centro ostii cum pedibus tribus conjungit).
IIc. pedibus tribus alatis, per alas tres clathratas cum spina apicali conjunctis.


Translation: 1e. Tribe: Archiperida. Closed monocyrtids with three radial appendages.
B. Acute Archiperida (cephalis spiny, not smooth).
BII. The interior of the test with a central axis (with the cephalic spine prolonged downward into an axial rod which joins in the central aperture with three feet).
IIc.. With three winged feet, joined by three latticed wings with the apical spine. (Translated from Latin by E.M.R. and W.R.R.)]

Etymology: From the Greek pteroscenium = small tent with wings"

References:

Haeckel, E. (1882). Entwurf eines Radiolarien-Systems auf Grund von Studien der Challenger-Radiolarien [Basis for a radiolarian classification from the study of Radiolaria of the Challenger collection]. Jenaische Zeitschrift für Naturwissenschaft. 15: 418-472. gs


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Pteroscenium compiled by the radiolaria@mikrotax project team viewed: 22-4-2021

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