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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1986
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (1986) 16 (2): 150-160.
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1–2  <b>Rhabdammina</b> abyssorum  [64R-3, 40-41.5cm] 860μm, 924μm  3  <b>Rhabdammina</b>...
Published: 01 November 2005
PLATE 1 1–2 Rhabdammina abyssorum [64R-3, 40-41.5cm] 860μm, 924μm 3 Rhabdammina sp. [69R-5, 38.5-40cm] 743μm 4 Bathysiphon sp. 1 [68R-3, 40-41.5cm] 600μm 5–7 Nothia spp. [61R-3, 36-38cm] 500μm, [81R-1, 40.5-42cm] 1321μm, [72R-3, 37.5-39cm] 822μm 8 Nothia excelsa [69R-5, 38.5-40cm
Journal Article
Published: 05 April 2017
Journal of Micropalaeontology (2017) 36 (2): 195-218.
... , Reophax , Rhabdammina , Recurvoides and Nodulina . Assemblages from the northern sites also consist of accessory Cyclammina , Eggerelloides and Glaphyrammina , whilst those of the Bowers Ridge sites consist of other tubular genera and Martinottiella . Of the studied stations with the lowest dissolved...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2013
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2013) 43 (1): 99-109.
..., Ammolagena clavata , and Recurvoides brideauxi , associated with open-ocean environments and a paleodepth probably >200 m, to a younger assemblage dominated by Rhabdammina spp. and the endemic Arctic benthic foraminifera Alveolophragmium polarensis. Sedimentologic proxies indicate the onset of perennial...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2008
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2008) 38 (1): 3-10.
..., the example documented here is of an extensive relationship between smaller attached foraminifers and their substrate species. Host foraminifers were unusually large (4 mm to 5 cm) specimens of the agglutinate species Ammodiscus pacificus , Haplophragmoides canariensis , Rhabdammina linearis and Bathysiphon...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2002
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2002) 32 (4): 400-413.
... astrorhizids such as Rhabdammina abyssorum, Pelosina variabilis and Hyperammina subnodosa , being common on fine-grained sediments which dominate the shelf, constitute biomasses of ca 3 mg/10cm 3 , exceeding by an order of magnitude the biomass of all other foraminifera combined. Foraminiferal biomass values...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1997
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (1997) 27 (4): 278-291.
...Andrew J. Gooday; Rizpah Shires; Alick R. Jones Abstract We consider two groups of large deep-sea agglutinated foraminifera: 1) robust, tubular astrorhizaceans (Bathysiphon, Rhabdammina) and hippocrepinaceans (Hyperammina, Saccorhiza) which reach several centimeters or more in length and contain...
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High magnification scanning electron micrograph of agglutinated grains with...
Published: 01 June 2015
Figure 1 High magnification scanning electron micrograph of agglutinated grains within the test wall of Holocene Rhabdammina sp. from deep-water surficial sediment, North Atlantic Ocean. Organic cement coats each grain and binds grains together. Patches of cement on the large grain indicate
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figs 1–18 . Benthic foraminifera from the Fischschiefer at Wunstorf:  1,  A...
Published: 01 September 2011
Explanation of Plate 1 figs 1–18 . Benthic foraminifera from the Fischschiefer at Wunstorf: 1, Ammobaculites sp.; 2, Bulbobaculites sp.; 3, Dorothia filiformis ; 4, Rhabdammina sp.; 5, Ammodiscus cretaceous ; 6, Rhizammina sp.; 7–8, Textularia obtusangula ; 9, Textularia cf
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Figure 3. (A) Photomicrograph of tubular test and (B) thin section of  Rhab...
in > Geology
Published: 01 February 2003
Figure 3. (A) Photomicrograph of tubular test and (B) thin section of Rhabdammina -like, agglutinated foraminifer. (C) Photomicrograph of coiled foraminifer test, probably Cribrostomoides , and (D) thin section of similar test, both with abundance of basaltic glass. (E) Microphotograph of tubular
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( 1 )  Astrorhiza granulosa  ( Brady, 1879 ), Hole U1342B. ( 2 )  Dendrophy...
Published: 05 April 2017
Fig. 6. ( 1 ) Astrorhiza granulosa ( Brady, 1879 ), Hole U1342B. ( 2 ) Dendrophyra sp., Hole U1343A. ( 3 ) Nothia sp. ‘large spicules’, Hole U1341A. ( 4 ) ? Nothia sp. ‘diatoms’, Hole U1345B. ( 5 ) Marsipella elongata Norman, 1878 , Hole U1342A. ( 6 – 8 ) Rhabdammina spp.: 6, Hole
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SEM photographs of benthic foraminifera from the Trieste-Pazin basin.  1a  ...
Published: 01 July 2007
sp. 8b Bathysiphon sp. 9 Rhabdammina robusta (Grzybowski) 10 Spiroplectammina dalmatina (de Witt Puyt) 11 Cylindoclavulina rudis (Costa) 12 Ammodiscus incertus (d’Orbigny) 13 Karreriella subglabra (Guembel) 14 Rzehakina epigona (Rzehak)
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Species collected on the shelf (1, 2) and at the upper part of the bathyal ...
Published: 01 January 2004
PLATE Species collected on the shelf (1, 2) and at the upper part of the bathyal zone (3–11). Scale bar = 100μm.
 1–2 Spirillina plana Wiesner (×70), “Polarstern”, 1996, Station 24; 1, side view; 2, peripheral view.
 3–4 Rhabdammina antarctica Saidova, 3, test view (×10), 4, apertural view
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1 .  Cyclammina apenninica  Emiliani, 1954; Sample CMP3, Monte Piano Marls,...
Published: 01 October 2001
of d (white square): notice the silica cement, which is lumpy and heterogeneous, with voids representing dissolved organic matter (white arrow). 2 . Rhabdammina cylindrica Glaessner, 1937; Sample CMP6, Monte Piano Marls, Bartonian. a ) Lateral view. b ) Longitudinal section. c ) Enlargement
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- Scanning electron (1-13), transmitted light (14-15) and incident light (1...
Published: 01 February 2019
Plate II - Scanning electron (1-13), transmitted light (14-15) and incident light (16-25) micrographs of selected DWAF taxa. 1. Psammosiphonella linearis (Brady, 1879), sample MM14; 2. P. cylindrica (Glaessner, 1937), MM8; 3. Rhabdammina discreta Brady, 1884, MM6; 4. Pseudonodosinella
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1  Guppyella miocenica  (Cushman) ×100, 03/50; from GA-1-1 depth 1950m
 2  ...
Published: 01 January 2004
Rhabdammina robusta (Grzybowski) ×70, 03/4; from GB-1-1 depth 2080m
 17 Ammodiscus incertus d’ Orbigny ×65, USNM 523187; from GB-1-1 depth 2075m
 18 Ammodiscus peruvianus Berry ×100, 03/9; from GA-1-2 depth 1925m
 19 Ammodiscus incertus d’ Orbigny ×90, 03/8; from GB-1-1 depth 2100m
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figs. 1–2.  Miliolinella australis  (Parr, 1932), MG24, 145 m,  Franklin , ...
Published: 01 July 2003
5–7. Quinqueloculina lamarkiana d'Orbigny, 1839; MG15, 62 m, Franklin , 1998, side and aperture views. figs 8–9. Rhabdammina agglutissima Hofker, 1972; MG55, 2980 m. Franklin , 1998, side view. fig. 10. Reophax scorpiurus de Montfort, 1808, SM31, 112 m, Southern Surveyor, 2000, side view
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Lagynata and Astrorhizata:  fig. 1 .  Myxotheca  (Lagynata) - section, aper...
Published: 01 July 2001
. Pilulina (Astrorhizata) - aperture as a curved fissure with a small lip; fig. 13. Ovammina (Astrorhizata) - aperture with entosolenian tube; fig. 14 . Phainogullmia (Lagynata) - test with two apertures; fig. 15 . Armorella (Astrorhizata) - test with two apertures; fig. 16 . Rhabdammina
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1.  Psammosiphonella cylindrica  (G laessner , 1937) from sample I2701; 2. ...
Published: 01 February 2012
Fig. 9 1. Psammosiphonella cylindrica (G laessner , 1937) from sample I2701; 2. Psammosiphonella linearis (B rady , 1879), I2701; 3. Rhabdammina eocenica C ushman & H anna , 1927, I2701; 4. Nothia excelsa (G rzybowski , 1898), I2702M; 5. Nothia robusta (G rzybowski , 1898), I2702
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2002
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2002) 32 (2): 173-176.
... with Rhabdammina cf. R. cornuta and the genus represented here by two genotypes (A131, A136) found as the “quartz spheres” similar to those of N. hyalinophaira. Some of these forms may construct delicate arborescent appendages, such as the epibenthic “flower” portion of N. hyalinophaira, which is destroyed...
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