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Meunier (1910, pl. 03)
Meunier (1910, pl. 03)
Description 1 – 4. Protoceratium reticulatum 5 – 13. Gonyaulax polygramma 14 – 17. Diplopsalopsis orbiculare? 18. Glenodinium bipes? (synoniem van Protoperidinium bipes) 19 – 22. Diplopsalis lenticula 23. Ceratium longipes var. ventricosa? 24 – 27. Amylax lata 28 – 34. Amylax catenata 35 – 36. Amylax nivicola 37. Amylax perpusilla 38 – 42. Dinophysis norvegica? 43 – 46. Dinophysis rotundata? (synoniem van Dinophysis arctica) 47 – 48. Dinophysis semen, voor het eerst beschreven door Meunier in 1910 49. Dinophysis apiculata, voor het eerst beschreven door Meunier in 1910 50. Ceratium longipes var. arctica 51. Peridinium gracile (synoniem van Scrippsiella hangoei) 52. Peridinium conicum? (synoniem van Protoperidinium conicum) Author A. Meunier JPG file - 1.85 MB - 2 913 x 4 036 pixels added on 2008-07-313 452 viewsERMS taxa Dinophysis norvegica Claparède & Lachmann, 1859 Ceratium longipes (Bailey) Gran, 1902 accepted as Tripos longipes (Bailey) F.Gómez, 2013 Diplopsalis lenticula Bergh, 1881 Gonyaulax polygramma F.Stein, 1883 Glenodinium bipes Paulsen, 1904 accepted as Protoperidinium bipes (Paulsen, 1904) Balech, 1974 Protoperidinium bipes (Paulsen, 1904) Balech, 1974 Protoceratium reticulatum (Claparède & Lachmann) Bütschli, 1885 Dinophysis arctica Mereschkowsky, 1879 Scrippsiella hangoei (J.Schiller) J.Larsen, 1995 accepted as Apocalathium malmogiense (G.Sjöstedt) Craveiro, Daugbjerg, Moestrup & Calado, 2016From reference Meunier, A. (1910). Microplankton des Mers de Barents et ... Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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