The organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst Craspeodinium [sic] “turonicum” was described in German by Prössl (1990, pp. 108–109) from the Lower to Upper Turonian of the Konrad 101 borehole (NW Germany), translated here as:

Diagnosis: The cavate cyst consists of a thicker endophragm and a thinner ectophragm. A rough to fine-mesh reticulum on the inside of the ectophram is partially connected to the endophragm by round or elongate columns. The outer side of the ectophragm is smooth, but partially folded.

Description: The ectophragm is to a large part separated from the inner body, particularly in the left lateral region. In...

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