radiolaria - rads_cenozoic - Sethoperidae

Sethoperidae


Classification: rads_cenozoic -> Plagiacanthidae -> Sethoperidae
Sister taxa: Lophophaenidae, Plagiacanthidae (ss), Plagiacanthidae inc sed, Sethoperidae, Sethophormididae, Theopiliidae
Daughter taxa (time control age-window is: 0-800Ma)Granddaughter taxa
Acanthobotrys

neptune records:
Acanthobotrys multispina

Archiscenium

neptune records:
Archiscenium quadrispinum
Archiscenium sp.

Callimitra

neptune records: 6
Callimitra atavia
Callimitra carolotae
Callimitra elisabethae
Callimitra simplex
Callimitra solocicribrata
Callimitra sp.

Cladoscenium

neptune records:
Cladoscenium ancoratum
Cladoscenium limbatum
Cladoscenium tricolpium
Cladoscenium sp.

Clathrocanium

neptune records: 186
Clathrocanium coarctatum
Clathrocanium diadema
Clathrocanium sphaerocephalum
Clathrocanium sp.

Clathrocorys

neptune records: 1
Clathrocorys giltschii
Clathrocorys gracilis
Clathrocorys murrayi
Clathrocorys teuscheri
Clathrocorys sp.

Clathromitra

neptune records:
Clathromitra pentacantha
Clathromitra pterophormis
Clathromitra sp.

Euscenium

neptune records:
Euscenium corynephorum
Euscenium sp.

Pteropilium

neptune records: 264
Pteropilium stratiotes
Pteropilium sp.

Spongomelissa

neptune records: 51
Spongomelissa adunca
Spongomelissa cucumella
Spongomelissa dilli
Spongomelissa sp.

Tripilidium clavipes

neptune records: 44
Tripilidium clavipes advena

Tripocalpis

neptune records: 18
Tripocalpis cassidus
Tripocalpis ellyae
Tripocalpis simplex
Tripocalpis sp.

Tripodiscinus

neptune records: 1
Tripodiscinus tumulosus
Tripodiscinus sp.

Verticillata

neptune records:
Verticillata laimingi

Taxonomy

Citation: Haeckel, 1881
emend. Petrushevskay, 1971
Rank: family (new classif)
Type species: Sethopera Haeckel 1881
Taxonomic discussion: This family is part of the revised classification system being developed by Prof. Suzuki and colleagues

Catalog entries: Sethoperidae [no catalog entry yet]

Description

Distinguishing features:
Parent taxon (Plagiacanthidae):
This taxon: One or two segmented forms with external spines usually connected by panels or arches of lattice wall.


Morphology:

De Wever et al. 2001: Dicyrtid nassellarians with well developed spines A, D and L and arches AD and AL. Usually spines D and L may form ribs, or wings, and the space between them may be fenestrated, or D, L and A may be interconnected by lattice panels.


Size:

Biogeography and Palaeobiology

Biostratigraphic distribution

Geological Range:
Last occurrence (top): Extant. Data source: Total of range of species in this database
First occurrence (base): at base of Aquitanian Stage (0% up, 23Ma, in Aquitanian stage). Data source: Total of range of species in this database

Plot of occurrence data:

References:


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Sethoperidae compiled by the radiolaria@mikrotax project team viewed: 30-9-2022

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