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Figure  9 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. Photomicrographs are in phase con...
Published: 01 September 2000
are interpreted to be lines of thinning that demarcate plate boundaries. Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk; sample CCS2, slide 1, K36/2; length of sulcal plate complex (excluding ps), 18 μm. 7, dorsal view at mid focus, with selected plates labelled. Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood
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Figure  7 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. Photomicrographs are in phase con...
Published: 01 September 2000
cm, slide 1, R37/3; length of cyst, 50 μm. 4, ventral? view of a detached epicyst with adherent cingular plates, from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. Sample CCS2, slide 1, T47/2; equatorial diameter, 48 μm
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Figure  8 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formation...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 8 — Geonettia waltonensis n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. Photomicrographs are in phase contrast. 2 and 4 are tracings of the specimen in 1 and 3. Dashed lines on 2 and 4 do not necessarily indicate real order of overlap. See Figure 2
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Figure  10 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formatio...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 10 — Geonettia waltonensis n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. 1 is a phase contrast photomicrograph, and 2 is a tracing of the specimen in 1. Dashed lines on 2 do not necessarily indicate real order of overlap. See Figure 2 for plate notation. 1
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2000
Journal of Paleontology (2000) 74 (5): 812-827.
... are interpreted to be lines of thinning that demarcate plate boundaries. Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk; sample CCS2, slide 1, K36/2; length of sulcal plate complex (excluding ps), 18 μm. 7, dorsal view at mid focus, with selected plates labelled. Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2003
Journal of Paleontology (2003) 77 (1): 1-15.
... split, visible only in ruptured specimens. Named after Rockhall Wood, Suffolk, England, the type locality of this species. Sixteen specimens were examined from DSDP Hole 603C, and 12 from the Lower Pliocene Ramsholt Member of the Coralline Crag Formation, eastern England ( Head, 1997...
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Published: 30 September 2008
Geological Magazine (2008) 146 (1): 92-112.
... for sedimentology and palaeontology by P. Laga (unpub. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. Leuven, 1972) and De Meuter & Laga (1976) . Figure 1. (a) Location of the study area in northern Belgium close to the southern North Sea, including the location of (1) the Coralline Crag at Rockhall Wood ( Head, 1997 , 1998...
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