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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1983
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (1983) 13 (4): 262–276.
Journal Article
Published: 12 April 2012
Geological Magazine (2012) 149 (6): 1013–1022.
...ED LANDING; SANDRA PATRUCCO REYES; AMANDA L. ANDREAS; SAMUEL S. BOWSER Abstract The giant, agglutinated foraminiferan Bathysiphon Sars, previously Triassic–Recent, occurs in much older sedimentary rock (Early Ordovician, late early Tremadocian) of Avalonia. The genus extends back to c . 485 Ma...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 March 2009
PALAIOS (2009) 24 (3): 181–191.
...DAVID B. SAJA; HERMANN W. PFEFFERKORN; STEPHEN P. PHIPPS Abstract We document a new locality for the foraminiferid Bathysiphon at Pacheco Pass, California, a classic blueschist-facies location on the eastern edge of the Franciscan Complex. The nearly featureless, silicified tubes of Bathysiphon cf...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (2): 389–394.
...WILLIAM MILLER, III 05 05 2004 The Paleontological Society 2005 F oraminiferans belonging to the genus Bathysiphon G. O. and M. Sars in G. O. Sars, 1872 are among the largest fossil protists ever described, some species having tubular tests exceeding 100 mm in length...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1995
Journal of Paleontology (1995) 69 (4): 624–634.
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1992
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (1992) 22 (2): 129–146.
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<span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span>  specimens from the upper Chesley Drive Group (lower
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Published: 12 April 2012
Figure 1. Bathysiphon specimens from the upper Chesley Drive Group (lower Lower Ordovician, upper lower Tremadocian), Cape Breton Island; all hypotypes from sample McL-1-7.0 (Landing & Fortey, 2011 ). (a) Bathysiphon sp., wave-oriented specimens NBMG
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FIGURE 2 — <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span>  cf.  aatloi  Miller, 1986. A) Bedding plane showing...
Published: 01 March 2009
FIGURE 2 — Bathysiphon cf. aatloi Miller, 1986. A) Bedding plane showing scattered siliceous tubes of B. cf. aatloi , CMNH-IP 13901. B) Photomicrograph of transverse section of B. cf. aaltoi test in top layer of (Bouma interval, Te) shale just under (Bouma interval, Td) graywacke, CMNH-IP
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TABLE 1 — Ocean bottom depth reported for extant  <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span>
Published: 01 March 2009
TABLE 1 — Ocean bottom depth reported for extant Bathysiphon
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FIGURE 4 —Orientation of  <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span>  cf.  aatloi  tests on bedding. A) Ph...
Published: 01 March 2009
FIGURE 4 —Orientation of Bathysiphon cf. aatloi tests on bedding. A) Photograph of a bedding plane with Bathysiphon , CMNH-IP 13900. B) Line drawing of the same bedding plane delineating the test orientations. Dashed line is the trace of L1, the cleavage-bedding intersection lineation relative
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Figure  4 — 1–6,  <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span> boucoti  n. sp.  1,  Cluster of large specime...
Published: 01 February 2005
Figure 4 — 1–6, Bathysiphon boucoti n. sp. 1, Cluster of large specimens and small fragments on turbidite sandstone sole, including paratypes USNM 523866 (indicated with black arrow) and 523867 (white arrow) (field of view is 12 cm wide); 2, paratype USNM 523868 (test is 76 mm long); 3
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  1–2  <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span>  cf.  B. alexanderi,  side view...
Published: 01 January 2005
PLATE 1 (scale bar = 50 microns)
 1–2 Bathysiphon cf. B. alexanderi, side view, sample 56, Mancos Shale. 3 Bathysiphon brosgei, side view, sample 53, Aberdeen Member. 4 Bathysiphon sp. B, side view, sample 87, Spring Canyon Member. 5 Bathysiphon sp. C, side view, sample 4, Mancos
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Psammosphaera, <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span>, Rhizammina, Ammodiscus, Hyperammina, Hippocrepi...
Published: 01 January 2003
PLATE 1 Psammosphaera, Bathysiphon, Rhizammina, Ammodiscus, Hyperammina, Hippocrepina, Lagenammina, Ammodiscoides, Miliammina, Spirosigmoilinella, Reophax, Ammobaculites, Ammomarginulina All Scale bars 100μm, except 12 and 25, where bars 500μm.
 1,2 Psammosphaera carnata Starzeva. Frontal
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1  <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span> eocenica  (Cushman and Hanna), 149&#x2F;GC10, cc; CPC36225, × 55....
Published: 01 October 2001
PLATE 1 1 Bathysiphon eocenica (Cushman and Hanna), 149/GC10, cc; CPC36225, × 55. 2 Dorothia asiphonia (Andreae), 149/GC10, 218–219 cm; CPC36226, × 70. 3 Dentalina basiplanata Cushman, 149/GC10, cc; CPC36227, × 55. Fig. 4 Dentalina longiscata (d’Orbigny), 149/GC10, 218–219 cm
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Figs.  1 ,  2 .  <span class="search-highlight">Bathysiphon</span> brosgei  Tappan. Side views, Spirit River. (1)...
Published: 01 January 2000
Plate 1. Figs.  1 , 2 . Bathysiphon brosgei Tappan. Side views, Spirit River. (1) Fine-grained test, from Bluesky Formation 1158.5–1159.7 m (3801–3805 ft). ×91. (2) Coarse-grained test, from Falher Member 997.9–998.6 m (3274–3276.5 ft). ×91. Fig.  3 . Hyperammina emacerata (Chamney). Side
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—Microsphere, 1 (calcareous outer layer) ×125, 2 (outer calcareous layer re...
Published: 01 October 1958
Fig. 8. —Microsphere, 1 (calcareous outer layer) ×125, 2 (outer calcareous layer removed, ×97; Anomalina sp., 3-5, ×57; Bathysiphon eocenica Cushman and Hanna, 6-7, ×27; Bathysiphon aff. B. carapitanus Hedberg, 8-9, ×29; Haplophragmoides rugosa Cushman and Waters, 10, ×46
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Some previously published illustrations of foraminifers acting as hard subs...
Published: 01 January 2008
to be a species of Bathysiphon ( Cushman, 1910 ). C Illustration of Tritaxis conica attached to a Bathysiphon sp. from the Walvis Ridge, southeastern Atlantic Ocean. Scanning electron micrograph courtesy of J. H. Lipps.
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2011
Journal of Paleontology (2011) 85 (4): 678–694.
... (previously “McLeod Brook Formation”), has two lithofacies-specific Tremadocian biotas. An older low-diversity benthic assemblage (shallow burrowers, Bathysiphon , phosphatic brachiopods, asaphid trilobites) is in lower upper Tremadocian green-gray mudstone. This wave-influenced, slightly dysoxic facies has...
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Main benthic foraminiferal assemblages of the Hobbs Glacier (HGF) and Wedde...
Published: 01 May 2022
Saccammina grzybowskii , R Sculptobaculites barri , R Verneuilinoides durus , R Favulina hexagona , I Psammosphaera fusca I Sey-03-03, WSF Ammodiscus vastus n. sp., R Bathysiphon sp. indet. 1, R Globocassidulina cf. G. subglobosa I Sey-03-07, HGF Alveolophragmium orbiculatum , R
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Figure  3 —Descriptive terminology for the morphologic characters of  Bathy...
Published: 01 February 2005
Figure 3 —Descriptive terminology for the morphologic characters of Bathysiphon tests proposed by Miller (1995 , fig. 2, p. 626–628)