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Journal Article
Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 January 2000
Paleobiology (2000) 26 (4): 651-667.
... compiled from 222 publications. These represent three family-subfamily groupings each with distinctive present-day distributions: (1) Sporolithaceae, low latitude, mainly deep water; (2) Melobesioid corallinaceans, high latitude, shallow water, to low latitude, deep water; (3) Lithophylloid/mastophoroid...
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Plate 3 (facing page):  (3.1) Rhodoid, multi-layered <b>corallinacean</b> encrusta...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 January 2008
Plate 3 Plate 3 (facing page): (3.1) Rhodoid, multi-layered corallinacean encrustations with a strongly recrystallized coral as nucleus, sample OIV/13a. (3.2) Rhodoid, composed of corallinacean and foraminiferal encrustations, sample OIV/14a. (3.3) Corallinacean packstone with larger
Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 January 2008
GeoArabia (2008) 13 (1): 59-84.
...Plate 3 Plate 3 (facing page): (3.1) Rhodoid, multi-layered corallinacean encrustations with a strongly recrystallized coral as nucleus, sample OIV/13a. (3.2) Rhodoid, composed of corallinacean and foraminiferal encrustations, sample OIV/14a. (3.3) Corallinacean packstone with larger...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (5): 835-841.
... range is comparable to cells of corallinaceans such as Lithoporella (Foslie) Foslie, 1909 . Applanate thallus morphology in Halysis resembles that of thin laminar species of Lithophyllum Philippi, 1837 that were traditionally included in Titanoderma Nägeli, 1858 . Interpretation of Halysis...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 October 2000
PALAIOS (2000) 15 (5): 399-413.
... communities. The investigated outcrop (quarry “Fenk”) is interpreted as a sequence of framebuilding coral carpets and non-framebuilding biostromal coral communities, alternating with bryozoan and corallinacean calcarenites and bivalve beds. No indication for the presence of a reef was found. In total...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1963
Micropaleontology (1963) 9 (3): 233-266.
...Fernand Joseph Souaya Abstract Of the four sections examined, only that of Zug el-Bahar contained a relatively rich microfauna. The foraminifera (including one new species) and corallinacean algae (including four new species) from middle Miocene-Pleistocene beds of the section are described. Four...
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Thin section of the  Amphistegina  (A) accumulation (Unit 7) including rare...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 February 2019
Fig. 4.— Thin section of the Amphistegina (A) accumulation (Unit 7) including rare echinoid spines (E) and corallinacean algae fragments (C).
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Figure  10. Summary of Cretaceous–Pleistocene rarefied coralline species di...
Published: 01 January 2000
Figure 10. Summary of Cretaceous–Pleistocene rarefied coralline species diversity. First confirmed records of sporolithaceans and corallinaceans are Hauterivian and Barremian respectively. General long-term increase in coralline species diversity to the early Miocene is followed by slight decline
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Enigmatic bowl in thin section. The bowl consists of fine-grained, internal...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 September 2013
FIGURE 3— Enigmatic bowl in thin section. The bowl consists of fine-grained, internally laminated packstone and is embedded in corallinacean-, bryozoan-, and balanid-rich rudstone. The sharply defined interal laminae separate the sponge body from coarse-grained sediment inclusions.
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Stacked specimens of  Richella  (Ri) (scale bar = 1 mm; stratigraphic top i...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 18 September 2018
of recrystallized corallinacean red algae Archaeolithophyllum (Ar); the matrix is micropeloidal with multiple fenestral cavities with RFC and encrusting bryozoans (upper right). C ) Laminar growth of Richella (Ri) and Archaeolithophyllum (Ar) within a micropeloidal matrix.
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Figure  8. Coralline species richness (rarefied all-occurrence data) from A...
Published: 01 January 2000
Figure 8. Coralline species richness (rarefied all-occurrence data) from Aptian to Pleistocene compared with global temperature curve estimated from δ 18 O values in benthic foraminifer tests ( Savin 1977 ). Corallinaceans increase as temperature declines. In contrast, sporolithaceans decline
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Main recent sediment types characterising the Lamu-Pate channelized coastal...
Published: 01 February 2012
−0.38, Kurtosis 3.22. Miliolids assemblage; F ) Skeletal silty sand rich in fragments of articulate corallinacean algae from sandy bottoms within the Thalassodendron meadow covering shallow shelf areas. Pate Bay, sample LM15, depth 3 m. Gravel 2.14%, Sand 86.92%, Silt 6.22%, Mud 0.86%. Median 2.46
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2003
Micropaleontology (2003) 49 (3): 253-266.
... of crustose corallinaceans, calcareous green algae, and Ranikothalia , with shoals of grainstones and packstones with ooids, Ranikothalia and calcareous green algae and lagoonal deposits of grainstones and packstones with calcareous green algae, A. lopeztrigoi , and Helicostegina dimorpha . During...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2006
DOI: 10.1144/GSL.SP.2006.255.01.11
EISBN: 9781862395039
... Unit 5 alternating beds of laminated and homogeneous light grey marl (Fig. 9 d); intercalations of two massive beds of corallinacean floatstone (Fig. 9 c) at the base; skeletals of floatstone are mostly intact and embedded in a micritic matrix with no preference regarding shape, size and orientation...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2006
Micropaleontology (2006) 52 (3): 281-286.
..., corals, serpulinids, crinoid and echinoid debris, and corallinaceans [ Polystrata alba (Pfender), Distichoplax biserialis (Dietrich), Acervulina (Solenomeris) ogormani (Douville), Sporolithon sp.] are clasts of biota within the lithoclasts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils suggest redeposition from...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Petroleum Geology Conference series
Published: 01 January 2010
DOI: 10.1144/0071125
EISBN: 9781862394131
... Paratethyan chronostratigraphy) is characterized by marine shales in the deep basins and corallinacean limestones and calcarenites on the highs. The upper Middle Miocene (Sarmatian stage) is represented by marls (often laminated, bituminous, with fish fossils) in the basins, and biogenic limestones...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2012
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2012) 131 (1): 47-66.
... −0.38, Kurtosis 3.22. Miliolids assemblage; F ) Skeletal silty sand rich in fragments of articulate corallinacean algae from sandy bottoms within the Thalassodendron meadow covering shallow shelf areas. Pate Bay, sample LM15, depth 3 m. Gravel 2.14%, Sand 86.92%, Silt 6.22%, Mud 0.86%. Median 2.46...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2004
Journal of Micropalaeontology (2004) 23 (2): 139-152.
... and conglomerates, which are transgressive on the Laa Formation (Early Miocene, Karpatian, Zone NN4). Locality Locatelliwald is 3 km NNW of Immendorf, NNE of Hollabrunn, in an old quarry ( Spiegler & Rögl, 1992 ). Sediments consist of a corallinacean limestone with intercalated yellowish brown marl layers...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 18 September 2018
PALAIOS (2018) 33 (9): 419-430.
... of recrystallized corallinacean red algae Archaeolithophyllum (Ar); the matrix is micropeloidal with multiple fenestral cavities with RFC and encrusting bryozoans (upper right). C ) Laminar growth of Richella (Ri) and Archaeolithophyllum (Ar) within a micropeloidal matrix. ...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Geology of Series
Published: 01 January 2008
DOI: 10.1144/CEV2P.5
EISBN: 9781862393899
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