An apparently unambiguous combination coccosphere from the Eastern Mediterranean (Aegean Sea, Greece) is documented involving Syracosphaera protrudens Okada & McIntyre, 1977 and Syracosphaera pulchra Lohmann, 1902 HOL pirus-type. This finding is difficult to interpret in terms of the current understanding of Syracosphaera taxonomy and adds evidence to the hypothesis of a distinctly complex Syracosphaera pulchra life cycle

Triantaphyllou, M., Dimiza, M., Malinverno, E., & Young, J. (2009). Evidence for a possible life-cycle association between Syracosphaera protrudens (heterococcolithophore) and Syracosphaera pulchra HOL pirus-type (holococcolithophore). JOURNAL OF MICROPALAEONTOLOGY, 28, 1-6.

Evidence for a possible life-cycle association between Syracosphaera protrudens (heterococcolithophore) and Syracosphaera pulchra HOL pirus-type (holococcolithophore)

MALINVERNO, ELISA;
2009

Abstract

An apparently unambiguous combination coccosphere from the Eastern Mediterranean (Aegean Sea, Greece) is documented involving Syracosphaera protrudens Okada & McIntyre, 1977 and Syracosphaera pulchra Lohmann, 1902 HOL pirus-type. This finding is difficult to interpret in terms of the current understanding of Syracosphaera taxonomy and adds evidence to the hypothesis of a distinctly complex Syracosphaera pulchra life cycle
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living coccolithophores, combination coccospheres, Syracosphaera, taxonomy, life cycle
English
Triantaphyllou, M., Dimiza, M., Malinverno, E., & Young, J. (2009). Evidence for a possible life-cycle association between Syracosphaera protrudens (heterococcolithophore) and Syracosphaera pulchra HOL pirus-type (holococcolithophore). JOURNAL OF MICROPALAEONTOLOGY, 28, 1-6.
Triantaphyllou, M; Dimiza, M; Malinverno, E; Young, J
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