SYSTEMATIC PALEONTOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF OSTRACODS FROM THE PLIO-PLEISTOCENE KALLITHEA BAY SECTION, RHODES, GREECE
Published:July 13, 2005
Annette Hastrup, Erik Thomsen, 2005. "SYSTEMATIC PALEONTOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF OSTRACODS FROM THE PLIO-PLEISTOCENE KALLITHEA BAY SECTION, RHODES, GREECE", Lagoon to Deep-Water Formaminifera and Ostracods from the Plio-Pleistocene Kallithea Bay Section, Rhodes, Greece, Tine L. Rasmussen, Annette Hastrup, Erik Thomsen
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One hundred and ninety five species of ostracods from the Plio-Pleistocene Kallithea Bay section, Rhodes, Greece are listed and treated systematically. One hundred and eighty one of these species are illustrated by SEM photomicrographs. The illustrations include many juvenile specimens. A short synonym list is given for each species. Eleven species could not be identified to any formally described species and are listed with open nomenclature. Basic ecological requirements are given for all extant species. The emphasis is on the depth distribution of species and bottom sediment preferences.