1-20 OF 333 RESULTS FOR

megalospheric

Results shown limited to content with bounding coordinates.
Follow your search
Access your saved searches in your account

Would you like to receive an alert when new items match your search?
Close Modal
Sort by
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2017
PALAIOS (2017) 32 (1): 110–117.
... morphological differences may reflect environmental conditions rather than evolutionary changes, we applied morphometric analysis to equatorial sections of megalospheric Heterostegina depressa tests from the reef slope of Sesoko-Jima, NW-Okinawa. Only living specimens were analyzed, thereby eliminating any...
FIGURES | View All (6)
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1986
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (1986) 16 (2): 141–149.
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2009
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2009) 39 (1): 8–14.
...Martin R. Langer; Walid A. Makled; Stephanie J. Pietsch; Anna Weinmann Abstract Fully calcified megalospheric juveniles were found to be closely packed within a brood chamber of the larger symbiont-bearing foraminifer Peneroplis sp. (d’Orbigny) from Chuuk Island (Micronesia). The juveniles exhibit...
FIGURES
Image
Spirolinella emmae  n. gen., n. sp.  1  <span class="search-highlight">Megalospheric</span> form, equatorial sect...
Published: 13 February 2024
Figure 6. Spirolinella emmae n. gen., n. sp. 1 Megalospheric form, equatorial section, holotype MGB 94152 LP2.1 (MN-18). 2 Megalospheric form, equatorial section, Ibi-120. 3 Megalospheric form, subequatorial section, Ibi-126. 4 Longitudinal section of a microspheric form in asexual
Image
Peneroplis peramplus  n. sp., microspheric and <span class="search-highlight">megalospheric</span> specimens show...
Published: 13 February 2024
Figure 5. Peneroplis peramplus n. sp., microspheric and megalospheric specimens showing stolons and apertures. 1 Fragmentary equatorial section of a microspheric form showing stolons (top left) and axial, slightly oblique section of a megalospheric form (bottom), MGB 94151 LP1 (MN-6). 2
Image
Peneroplis peramplus  n. sp., <span class="search-highlight">megalospheric</span> form.  1  Axial, slightly obliq...
Published: 13 February 2024
Figure 4. Peneroplis peramplus n. sp., megalospheric form. 1 Axial, slightly oblique section, MGB 94151 LP1 (MN-6). 2 Equatorial-oblique section, paratype MGB 94151 LP3.3 (MN-6). 3 Two specimens in axial (above) and equatorial-oblique (below), MGB 94151 LP1 (MN-6). 4 Axial section, MGB
Image
( 1–15 )  Howchinella hubeiensis  n. sp.:
                ( 1–5 ) XK238_10S...
Published: 01 October 2015
Figure 5 ( 1–15 ) Howchinella hubeiensis n. sp.: ( 1–5 ) XK238_10SEM_021 (megalospheric test; ( 1 ) axial view with reflected light; ( 2 ) holotype, SEM, axial view; ( 3–5 ) transverse, axial and lateral slices of Micro-CT reconstruction); ( 6
Image
( facing page): Decastroia razini  new genus new species from the Cenomania...
Published: 01 July 2011
Figure 6 ( facing page): Decastroia razini new genus new species from the Cenomanian of Socotra Island, Yemen (x 50). (1) Partially broken axial section of a megalospheric specimen. (2) Oblique-centered section close to axial plane of a megalospheric specimen. Last whorl partially dissolved
Image
SEM images of  Laevidentalina frobisherensis.  Numbers in parentheses are t...
Published: 01 January 2004
chambers in microspheric specimens (2362). 
 F typical megalospheric specimen (2137). 
 G apical spine of a megalospheric specimen (2172). 
 H megalospheric proloculus; apical spine is broken off (2065). 
 I–J juvenile megalospheric specimens (2114 and 2172, respectively).
Image
1–10  Nummulites venosus  (Fichtel and Moll).  1, 9  agamonts, photomicrogr...
Published: 01 January 2000
PLATE 1 1–10 Nummulites venosus (Fichtel and Moll). 1, 9 agamonts, photomicrographs. 2, 10 agamonts, X-ray micrographs. 3, 5, 7 megalospheres, photomicrographs. 4, 6, 8 megalospheres, X-ray micrographs. 11–18 Operculinella cumingii (Carpenter). 11 agamont, photomicrograph. 12
Image
Benthonic foraminifera of the Early Aptian  Pseudocyclammina vasconica  Zon...
Published: 01 October 2013
] young megalospheric form (Sayno). (11) Pseudorhapydionina sp.?, [ses] (Sayno). (12, 16 and 17) Charentia cuvillieri , (12) [sas], (16) [as], (17) [es] (Sayno). (13) Voloshinoides cf. murgensis , [ses] (Sayno). (14) Sabaudia capitata , [os] young megalospheric form (Sayno). (15) Dukhania
Image
( 1–14 )  Howchinella xiangxiensis  n. sp.:
                ( 1 ) XK235_10S...
Published: 01 October 2015
Figure 7 ( 1–14 ) Howchinella xiangxiensis n. sp.: ( 1 ) XK235_10SEM_062 (paratype, megalospheric test; SEM, axial view); ( 2 ) XK235_10SEM_060 (megalospheric test; SEM, axial view, last chamber lost); ( 3 ) XK239_10TS_110 (paratype
Image
1–9  Everticyclammina praevirguliana  n. sp. All × 50.  1–4, 6–7  Megalosph...
Published: 01 April 2000
PLATE 1 1–9 Everticyclammina praevirguliana n. sp. All × 50. 1–4, 6–7 Megalospheric (A2) specimens, equatorial to oblique sections. Samples VG017, T96009, To107a, Sa19b, R956. 5 Megalospheric (A2) form, oblique section showing the subquadrilateral outline of alveoles in tangential view
Image
Orbitolites  cf.  minimus . Scale bar 1 mm, (×25).  1, 4  Axial sections of...
Published: 01 July 2019
Figure 20. Orbitolites cf. minimus . Scale bar 1 mm, (×25). 1, 4 Axial sections of megalospheric specimens (AFZ1084). 2, 3 Oblique with respect to the axial sections of megalospheric specimens (AFZ1084).
Image
Lituosepta recoarensis  Cati, 1959:  Monte Scandolara, Recoaro, Vicenza, no...
Published: 01 October 2015
Figure 4 Lituosepta recoarensis Cati, 1959: Monte Scandolara, Recoaro, Vicenza, northern Italy. Samples located in Fig. 2 . Scale bar = 0.500 mm. 1, 4 Axial sections of megalospheric specimens (A1); sample S-1. 2–3 Equatorial/oblique sections of microspheric (2, ?3); samples S0’, S0. 5
Image
1–14 :  Setia primitiva  sp. nov. All specimens from Hangu Formation, Dhak ...
Published: 01 January 2002
PLATE 4 1–14 : Setia primitiva sp. nov. All specimens from Hangu Formation, Dhak Pass section sample DP-95115). 1c, 2, 10, 11.- Holotype NHMB-C 37914, megalospheric form. 1c, external view, × 12,5; 2, equatorial section, × 25; 10, equatorial section, × 100; 11, detail of the embryo
Image
Benthonic foraminifera of the Early Albian  Mesorbitolina subconcava  Zone ...
Published: 01 October 2013
. alexanderi , (1 and 3) [es], (2) [as] (Sayno). (4) Peneroplis sp.?, [es] (Sayno). (5 and 6) Sabaudia capitata, [as] (Sayno). (7) Sabaudia minuta , [as] (Sayno). (8 and 9) Debrina hahounerensis , (8) [es], (9) [as] (Sayno). (10) Orbitolina (Ms) cf. texana , [as] through a megalospheric form
Image
Orbitosiphon tibetica  (Douvillé). (Thanetian, Meghalaya, NE India; All fi...
Published: 01 January 2003
PLATE 4 Orbitosiphon tibetica (Douvillé). (Thanetian, Meghalaya, NE India; All figures ×114, except no. 4 ×220).
 1 Equatorial section of megalospheric (A1) form, showing bilocular embryonic apparatus, 2PAC, arcuate nepionic and ogival equatorial chambers; and thin embryonic wall. Locality 91
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2007
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2007) 37 (3): 189–203.
...Robert Douglas; Francisca Staines-Urias Abstract The stable isotope and shell Mg/Ca composition in the tests of dimorphic generations (microspheric, megalospheric) and polymorphs of low oxygen species of Bolivina from the Gulf of California were measured to evaluate their potential use...
FIGURES | View All (11)
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2006
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2006) 36 (4): 279–290.
... the uppermost centimeter of sediment between the roots of salt marsh halophytes include microspheric and, as revealed by statistical analyses, two classes of megalospheric individuals. These size classes are consistent with the occurrence of three generations in a trimorphic life cycle as has been described...
FIGURES | View All (7)