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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1976
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1976) S7-XVIII (3): 773–787.
...M. Lemoine GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute. 1976 algae Cenozoic Corallinaceae Lithoporella microfossils morphology Plantae Rhodophyta thallophytes ...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1957
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1957) S6-VII (6): 625–629.
...Jacques Emberger Abstract A description of a new calcareous alga belonging to the family Melobesiae, Lithoporella elliotti, from upper Jurassic deposits of the Oulad Naiel mountains in the Saharan Atlas range of Algeria. GeoRef, Copyright 2016, American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes...
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Figure  3 — <b>Lithoporella</b>  sp., showing the thin laminar organization of the...
Published: 01 September 2005
Figure 3 — Lithoporella sp., showing the thin laminar organization of the calcified cells, arrowheads point to fused cells, sub-Recent (core of living rhodolith nodule), eastern Australian shelf off Fraser Island, Queensland, DR.019.2, ×125. 2, Lithophyllum pustulatum (Lamouroux) Foslie, 1904
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2010
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2010) 129 (1): 119–131.
... among the coralline algae ( Lithoporella and Sporolithon ) and the high diversity of larger foraminiferal assemblages indicate that the deposition of the Porto Badisco Calcarenites took place in the warm waters of the tropical to subtropical zone. handled by E. Tavarnelli 21 4 2009 6...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (5): 835–841.
...Figure 3 — Lithoporella sp., showing the thin laminar organization of the calcified cells, arrowheads point to fused cells, sub-Recent (core of living rhodolith nodule), eastern Australian shelf off Fraser Island, Queensland, DR.019.2, ×125. 2, Lithophyllum pustulatum (Lamouroux) Foslie, 1904...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2003
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2003) 122 (1): 85–98.
... of Porites, Lithoporella, and Heterostegina in the biotic associations clearly suggests that sedimentation took place in a subtropical (tropical) setting. algae Anthozoa Apennines Aquitanian Bryozoa Calcari a Briozoi e Litotamni carbonate ramps carbonate rocks Cassino Plain Cenozoic Central...
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2000
PALAIOS (2000) 15 (3): 212–224.
... fragments. Two different communities of encrusting organisms constructed the cortices. The thin inner zone (average ∼2 mm thick) was formed by the Coralline Community which was dominated by Lithoporella , Lithophyllum and Neogoniolithon , along with fewer Peyssonnelia rubra , Hydrolithon reinholdi...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1963
Rocky Mountain Geology (1963) 2 (2): 105–108.
... sides. The sides are covered by coralline algae including Goniolithon solubile, Archaeolithothamnium episporum, Lithothamnium sejunctum, Epilithon membranaceum, Lithophyllum sp., and Lithoporella sp. Living coral colonies cover only a small percent of the vertical sides, but most samples show coral...
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Electron microprobe traverse of a red-algal-foraminiferal crust of the reef...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 7 Electron microprobe traverse of a red-algal-foraminiferal crust of the reef surface at 17 m depth (reef #1). Aragonitic Peyssonnelia thalli alternate with Mg-calcitic Lithoporella thalli. An amorphous Mg-Si phase occurs in voids and crevices but also partially replaces Mg-calcitic
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Representative crustose coralline algae of the Stadion patch reef.  A )  Ne...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2015
Fig. 9.— Representative crustose coralline algae of the Stadion patch reef. A ) Neogoniolithon sp., AR274-3. B ) Neogoniolithon fosliei , AR262-1. C ) Spongites sp., AR267-1. D ) Lithoporella sp., AR263D-1.
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(1.1)  Lithothamnium  cf.  ramosissimum  (Gümbel non Reuss) Conti 1946a, br...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 January 2008
filaments, in parts “plumose hypothallus” diverging towards the substrate (arrow), sample OIV/3a. See facing page for continuation. (1.3) Lithothamnium sp. and a single layer of L. melobesioides encrusting a coral (base), sample OV/1c. (1.4) Lithoporella melobesioides (Foslie) Foslie with large
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Figure  8 — Halysis  ? yui  size measurements (filled diamonds) compared wi...
Published: 01 July 2010
Lithoporella species (see Riding and Braga, 2005 , p. 838).
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Schematic diagram of the reef-surface crusts of the  Peyssonnelia - Lithopo...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 9 Schematic diagram of the reef-surface crusts of the Peyssonnelia - Lithoporella zone (0-15 m depth), dry season, October 1993. Note that cyanobacteria are most common in crevices between the calcareous red algal thalli, and that non-skeletal carbonate precipitation is observed only
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FIGURE 5 —Members of the Corralline Community found in rhodoliths from the ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2000
FIGURE 5 —Members of the Corralline Community found in rhodoliths from the Ironshore Formation at Crystal Harbour, Grand Cayman. (A) Lithoporella sp. with encrusting foraminifera. (B) Surface ornamentation of Lithophyllum sp. (C) Thallus of Lithophyllum sp. Arrows indicate conceptacles. (D, E
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FIGURE 8 —Succession of encrusting organisms on a bivalve shell. The bivalv...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2000
FIGURE 8 —Succession of encrusting organisms on a bivalve shell. The bivalve shell, like much of the initial encruster, Lithophyllum sp., was removed by boring. Successive layers of Porolithon sp., Neogoniolithon sp., and Lithoporella sp., which are present as discontinuous coatings
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Figure  6. Species richness (rarefied data) spindle diagrams for the corall...
Published: 01 January 2000
: Aetesolithon, Archaeoporolithon, Dermatolithon, Distichoplax, Goniolithon, Hydrolithon, Leptolithophyllum, Lithoporella, Lithophyllum, Neogoniolithon, Paleoporolithon, Paraporolithon, Porolithon, Spongites, Tenarea, Titanoderma ). Timescales are those of Berggren et al. (1995) for the Cenozoic
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FIGURE 3. Coralline growth forms. A) Encrusting growth type; label width  =...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 July 2011
) Lithoporella sp.; scale bar  =  1 mm. G) Lithophyllum sp.; scale bar  =  1 mm. H) Lithothamnion sp.; scale bar  =  1 mm.
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Photomicrographs of carbonates of the Wadi Waqb Member (Well S-1). Width of...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 October 2014
. in microcrystalline dolomite, #394, 6.5 mm; (7) Rhodolith cf. Archaeolithothamnion sp. in microcrystalline dolomite, #526, 6.5 mm; (8) Microbialite encrusting rhodolith in microcrystalline dolomite, #274, 6.5 mm; (9) Lithoporella sp. and Archaeolithothamnium sp. in microcrystalline dolomite, #151, 2 mm; (10
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Reef-surface biota and biofilms of the October 1993 dry season.  A)  Overvi...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 8 Reef-surface biota and biofilms of the October 1993 dry season. A) Overview of living Lithoporella - Peyssonnelia crusts of the reef surface. Note arthropod larva in void of the red-algal framework (arrow). 0.5 m depth, reef #1. Transmitted light. Sample Sat 93/4. B) Uncalcified
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Photomicrographs of carbonates of the Wadi Waqb Member (Well S-1). Width of...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 October 2014
) Coral fragment, dolomitised, #91, 1 mm; (5) Coral fragment, dolomitised, #91, 2 mm; (6) Coral fragment, dolomitised, #91, 6.5 mm; (7) Coral fragment, dolomitised, #277, 6.5 mm; (8) Coral fragment, dolomitised, #277, 2 mm; (9) cf. Lithoporella sp., #151, 2 mm; (10) Dolomitised dasyclad, #49, 6.5 mm