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Figure  8 — <b>Parapandorina</b> <b>raphospissa</b>. 1 – 6,  Eight-cell stage;  7 – 12,  ...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 8 — Parapandorina raphospissa. 1 – 6, Eight-cell stage; 7 – 12, later stages. 1 – 3, Different views of the same specimen, α, β, γ, δ, ε, ξ, η, 𝛉 identify the eight internal bodies. SRA-1, 410, 411, 412; 4, SRA-1, 258; 5, WJY-19E, 298; 6, SRA-1, 261; 7, SRA-1, 259; 8, K94-21
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Figure  6 —Descriptive terminology for  <b>Parapandorina</b> <b>raphospissa</b>  used in ...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 6 —Descriptive terminology for Parapandorina raphospissa used in this paper
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Figure  9 — <b>Parapandorina</b> <b>raphospissa</b>  ( 1 – 6 ) and  Megaclonophycus onust...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 9 — Parapandorina raphospissa ( 1 – 6 ) and Megaclonophycus onustus ( 7 – 12 ). 1, Note the diagenetic apatite crystal (arrow). SRA-1, 370; 2, SRA-1, 377; 3, SRA-1, 356; 4, SRA-1, 342; 5, SRA-1, 264; 6, photomicrograph. SRA-1, SRA-1-5, 20.4X109.4, 48–12. 7 – 12
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Figure  7 — <b>Parapandorina</b> <b>raphospissa</b>.  Two-cell stage ( 1 ) and four-cell ...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 7 — Parapandorina raphospissa. Two-cell stage ( 1 ) and four-cell stage ( 2 – 12 ). Note the spherulitic covering on internal bodies in 1, 3, 7. 1, The space between shrunken internal bodies and envelope is filled with dolomite (arrow). SRA-1, 363; 2, SRA-1, 355; 3, WJY-19E, 305; 4
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2000
Journal of Paleontology (2000) 74 (5): 767–788.
...Figure 8 — Parapandorina raphospissa. 1 – 6, Eight-cell stage; 7 – 12, later stages. 1 – 3, Different views of the same specimen, α, β, γ, δ, ε, ξ, η, 𝛉 identify the eight internal bodies. SRA-1, 410, 411, 412; 4, SRA-1, 258; 5, WJY-19E, 298; 6, SRA-1, 261; 7, SRA-1, 259; 8, K94-21...
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Figure  5 — Megasphaera ornata  n. sp. ( 1–4 ) and  <b>Parapandorina</b> raphospis...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 5 — Megasphaera ornata n. sp. ( 1–4 ) and Parapandorina raphospissa ( 5–11 ). 1, K94-21, 248; 2, WJY-19E, 220; 3, WJY-19E, 284; 4, holotype (HUHPC-62990). Note the smooth internal body. SRA-1, 38; 5 – 7, two-cell stage; 8 – 11, possible two-cell stage. 5, Note the smooth
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Figure  10 —Globule size (shaded bars) and internal body size (open bars) i...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 10 —Globule size (shaded bars) and internal body size (open bars) in Megasphaera spp., Parapandorina raphospissa, and Megaclonophycus onustus. This graph shows the constancy of globule size and the decreasing internal body size with increasing number of internal bodies (from left
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Figure 1. Scanning electron micrographs of lobster eggs (A–D) and Neoproter...
in > Geology
Published: 01 January 2003
and filaments of mineralized bacteria. E: Surface of fossil egg envelope ( Megasphaera sp.) exhibiting preservation in fine-grained apatite. F: Cross section of fossilized egg envelope ( Parapandorina raphospissa ) showing coating growing both inward (I) and outward (O). G: Cross section of fossilized egg
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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 January 2003
Geology (2003) 31 (1): 39–42.
... and filaments of mineralized bacteria. E: Surface of fossil egg envelope ( Megasphaera sp.) exhibiting preservation in fine-grained apatite. F: Cross section of fossilized egg envelope ( Parapandorina raphospissa ) showing coating growing both inward (I) and outward (O). G: Cross section of fossilized egg...
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Published: 01 January 2014
Journal of Paleontology (2014) 88 (1): 92–98.
... [English: p. 702], pl. 2, figs. 1a , 1b, 2. 2000 Spiralicellula ? bulbifera ?; Xiao and Knoll , p. 779, fig. 11.1–11.3, 11.5–11.8. 2004 Parapandorina raphospissa Xue et al . 1995 [ partim ]; Yin et al., fig. 7D [only]. 2007a helical spheroidal fossils, Xiao et al. , figs. 1 B–1S, 2A...
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Published: 01 January 2014
Journal of Paleontology (2014) 88 (1): 1–67.
... is still far from reach, and for the sake of communication and taxonomic objectivity, it is prudent to keep these as distinct taxa until their ontogenetic relationship is determined with certainty (as may be the case for Megasphaera , Parapandorina , and Megaclonophycus ). To summarize...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (3): 363–401.
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