CATALOG - Fasciculithus pileatus

Folder trail: ntax_Farinacci -> F -> Fasciculithus -> Fasciculithus pileatus
Folders this level: << < F. bobii, F. chowii, F. clinatus, F. fenestrellatus, F. hayi, F. hillii, F. involutus, F. janii, F. lillianae, F. lingfengensis, F. lobus, F. magnicordis, F. magnus, F. merloti, F. mitreus, F. pileatus, F. richardii, F. rotundus, F. schaubii, F. sidereus, F. stonehengei, F. thomasii, F. tonii, F. tympaniformis, F. ulii, F. varolii, F. vertebratoides

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Current identification/main database link: Lithoptychius pileatus (Bukry, 1973) Aubry in Aubry et al. 2011

Compiled data

Citation: Fasciculithus pileatus Bukry 1973
Rank: Species
Type locality: Pacific Ocean, DSDP199-10-2, 34-35cm
Type age (chronostrat): Paleocene
Standardised type level: 090_PALEOCENE
Type sample (& lithostrat): Sample: DSDP 20 199-10-2 34-35;
Type repository: Washington, USNM
Repository Country: USA
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): 9112
Language: EN
Current citation: Lithoptychius pileatus (Bukry, 1973) Aubry in Aubry et al. 2011


Bukry, D. (1973g). Phytoplankton stratigraphy, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 20, Western Pacific Ocean. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. 20: 307-317. gs V O


Fasciculithus pileatus: Catalog entry compiled by Anna Farinacci. Viewed: 8-3-2021

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