Two rare silicoflagellate double skeletons of the star-of-David configuration from the Eocene

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doi: 10.1144/jmpaleo2013-024
Author(s): McCartney, Kevin; Abe, Kenta; Witkowski, Jakub; Jordan, Richard W.
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
University of Maine at Presque Isle, Department of Environmental Studies, Presque Isle, ME, United States
Other:
Yamagata University, Japan
University of Szczecin, Poland
Volume Title: Journal of Micropalaeontology
Source: Journal of Micropalaeontology, 34(1), p.97-99. Publisher: British Micropalaeontological Society, London, United Kingdom. ISSN: 0262-821X
Note: In English. 18 refs.; illus.
Summary: Two, rare double skeletons of Corbisema silicoflagellates have been observed from Early and Middle Eocene sediments. Both specimens are in the Star-of-David configuration, with the basal corners of each skeleton aligned with the middle of sibling basal sides. These specimens are of a species that has an elongate basal ring, which shows that skeletons are flipped 180° with respect to one another, rather than simply rotated.
Year of Publication: 2015
Research Program: IODP Integrated Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 10 Paleontology, Invertebrate; Arctic Coring EXpedition; Arctic Ocean; Cenozoic; Commonwealth of Independent States; Corbisema hastata; Electron microscopy data; Eocene; Expedition 302; Integrated Ocean Drilling Program; Invertebrata; Ivdel Russian Federation; Lomonosov Ridge; Microfossils; Morphology; Paleogene; Protista; Russian Federation; SEM data; Silicoflagellata; Sverdlovsk Russian Federation; Tertiary; Urals
Coordinates: N604100 N604100 E0602500 E0602500
N875100 N875600 E1393300 E1361000
Record ID: 2015021926
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