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Type and Figured Fossil Collection

Specimen Details

Protoperidinium conicoides (Paulsen, 1905) Balech, 1974

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BAS specimen number
JR04/KC073/1.55-1.60

Type Status
None

Higher Taxonomy
Kingdom Protista 
Phylum Dinoflagellata 
Class Dinophyceae 
Order Peridiniales 
Family Protoperidiniaceae 
Life Life 

Chronostratigraphy
Quaternary - Recent

Lithostratigraphy
No data available.

Locality
Southern Ocean


Citations

  • Harland, R., Fitzpatrick, M.E.J., Pudsey, C.J. (1999)
    Latest Quaternary dinoflagellate cyst climatostratigraphy for three cores from the Falkland Trough, Scotia and Weddell seas, Southern Ocean
    Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 107, 265-281
    p. 268, Table 2; p. 271; p. 273, Fig. 3
  • Harland, R., Fitzpatrick, M.E.J., Pudsey, C.J. (1999)
    Latest Quaternary dinoflagellate cyst climatostratigraphy for three cores from the Falkland Trough, Scotia and Weddell seas, Southern Ocean
    Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 107, 265-281
    p. 268, Table 2; p. 271; p. 273, Fig. 3
  • Harland, R., Fitzpatrick, M.E.J., Pudsey, C.J. (1999)
    Latest Quaternary dinoflagellate cyst climatostratigraphy for three cores from the Falkland Trough, Scotia and Weddell seas, Southern Ocean
    Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 107, 265-281
    p. 268, Table 2; p. 271; p. 273, Fig. 3
  • Harland, R., Fitzpatrick, M.E.J., Pudsey, C.J. (1999)
    Latest Quaternary dinoflagellate cyst climatostratigraphy for three cores from the Falkland Trough, Scotia and Weddell seas, Southern Ocean
    Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 107, 265-281
    p. 268, Table 2; p. 271; p. 273, Fig. 3
  • Harland, R., Fitzpatrick, M.E.J., Pudsey, C.J. (1999)
    Latest Quaternary dinoflagellate cyst climatostratigraphy for three cores from the Falkland Trough, Scotia and Weddell seas, Southern Ocean
    Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 107, 265-281
    p. 268, Table 2; p. 271; p. 273, Fig. 3

Note
The data provided on this page is taken from the most recent publication citing this specimen. Taxonomic names and geological ages are largely subjective and may have been assigned differently in previous publications.