SYSTEMATICS

Species List

Order SPUMELLARIA
Family COLLOSPHAERIDAE
Acrosphaera spinosa (Haeckel)
Collosphaera spinosa Haeckel, 1860, p. 845; 1862, p. 536, pl. 34, figs. 12, 13.
Acrosphaera spinosa (Haeckel) n. comb.: Haeckel, 1887, p. 100.
Collosphaera spp.
Remarks: Included in this category are individuals that can be assigned to the genus Collosphaera MŘller emend. Bj°rklund and Goll (1979).
Disolenia collina (Haeckel)
Disolenia collina (Haeckel) n. comb.: Takahashi, 1991, p. 57, pl. 3, figs. 1, 5-7.
Otosphaera auriculata Haeckel
Otosphaera auriculata Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S7, pl. 1, fig. 4.
Otosphaera polymorpha Haeckel
Otosphaera polymorpha Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S9, pl. 1, fig. 5.
Polysolenia murrayana (Haeckel)
Polysolenia murrayana (Haeckel): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S17, pl. 2, figs. 4a, 4b.
Family ACTINOMMIDAE
Acanthosphaera circopora Popofsky
Acanthosphaera circopora Popofsky, 1912, p. 97, text-fig. 9.
Actinomma boreale Cleve group
Actinomma boreale Cleve, 1899, p. 26, pl. 1, fig. 5a, 5b, 5c.
Remarks: This category may involve individuals of Prunopyle antarctica Dreyer (1889, p. 24, pl. 5, fig. 75) and Actinomma leptodermum (Jorgensen) in Nigrini and Moore (1979, p. S35, pl. 3, fig. 7).
Actinomma haysi Bj°rklund
Actinomma haysi Bj°rklund, 1977, p. 117, pl. 1, figs. A-C, G, H, M, N.
Actinomma medianum Nigrini
Actinomma medianum Nigrini: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S31, pl. 3, figs. 5, 6.
Actinomma popofskii (Petrushevskaya) group
Actinomma popofskii (Petrushevskaya): Morley and Nigrini, 1995, p. 81, pl. 1, figs. 4, 5.
Remarks: This category includes some specimens that have more rounded cortical shell, whereas A. popofskii show somewhat polygonal shapes.
Actinomma spp.
Remarks: This category contains any member of the genus which does not fall into one of the above species.
Axoprunum angelinum (Campbell and Clark)
Stylatractus universus Hays, 1970, p. 215, pl. 1, figs. 1, 2.
Axoprunum angelinum (Campbell and Clark): Kling, 1973, p. 634, pl. 1, figs. 13-16; pl. 6, figs. 14-18.
Axoprunum stauraxonium Haeckel
Axoprunum stauraxonium Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S57, pl. 6, figs. 2, 3.
Cenosphaera spp.
Remarks: Included in this category are all specimens that are composed of single latticed sphere without spines. Shell size is highly variable (several tens to 200 Ám).
Cladococcus pinetum Haeckel
Cladococcus pinetum Haeckel, 1887, p. 226, pl. 27, fig. 1.
Cladococcus scoparius Haeckel
Cladococcus scoparius Haeckel: Dreyer, 1913, p. 58, pl. 1, figs. 2-4.
Cladococcus sp.
Remarks: Included in this category are all specimens, but those previously categorized, that are constructed with single latticed shell and many radial, robust spines that branch.
Druppatractus irregularis Popofsky
Druppotractus [!] irregularis Popofsky, 1912, p. 114, text-figs. 24-26.
Druppatractus irregularis Popofsky: Boltovskoy and Riedel, 1987, p. 97, pl. 1, fig. 21.
Heliosoma? sp.
Description: Two concentric latticed spheres with 7-15 radial spines. Inner spherical shell very thin walled, with 16 hexagonal pores on its circumference. Outer cortical shell moderately thick walled, with 16-20 pores on its circumference, connected with the former by several thin radial beams. Pores on the outer shell subcircular to irregular in shape. Radial spines simple in shape, of unequal length, irregularly spaced, projecting from the outer surface of the outer shell. Diameter of the inner shell 30 Ám, of pores of the inner shell 4-5 Ám, of the outer shell 100-110 Ám, of pores of the outer shell 7-20 Ám; width of bars of the outer shell 2-5 Ám; thickness of the outer shell 5-10 Ám; length of the radial spines up to 60 Ám; thickness of basal part of the radial spines up to 11 Ám. In a specimen, two to five radial spines long (25-60 Ám), the other radial spines short (<25 Ám).
Remarks: Inner shells and connecting beams are absent in most of encountered specimens, possibly as a result of dissolution in sediments.
Hexacontium spp.
Remarks: Included in this category are all specimens that consist of three concentric latticed spheres, two of which are medullary shell, and six radial three-bladed spines in three mutually perpendicular axes.
Hexalonche spp.
Remarks: Included in this category are all specimens that are constructed with two concentric latticed spheres, one cortical and one medullary, and six radial three-bladed spines in three mutually perpendicular axes.
Hexastylus spp.
Hexastylus spp. Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. S17, pl. 3, figs. 1a-1c.
Liosphaera sp.
Remarks: Specimens of this form have double large cortical shells. Pores on the shells are irregular in shape and small in size (5-20 Ám in diameter). Diameter of outer and inner cortical shells is 400 and 320 Ám, respectively.
Saturnalis circularis Haeckel
Saturnalis circularis Haeckel, 1887, p. 131.
Saturnalis circularis Haeckel: Nigrini, 1967, p. 25, pl. 1, fig. 9.
Stylacontarium bispiculum Popofsky
Stylacontarium bispiculum Popofsky: Kling, 1973, pl. 15, figs. 11-14.
Stylacontarium sp. aff. S. bispiculum Popofsky: Kling, 1973, p. 634, pl. 6, figs. 19-23, pl. 14, figs. 5-8.
Stylatractus sp. A
Stylatractus spp. Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. S25, pl. 4, figs. 2a, 2b.
Stylatractus sp. B
Stylatractus sp. Sanfilippo et al., 1985, Fig. 5(4).
?Styptosphaera spumacea Haeckel
Styptosphaera (?) spumacea Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S71, pl. 8, figs. 6a, 6b.
Thecosphaera dedoensis Nakaseko
Thecosphaera dedoensis Nakaseko: Motoyama, 1996, p. 252, pl. 2, figs. 2a, 2b.
Thecosphaera inermis (Haeckel)
Actinomma inerme Haeckel, 1862, p. 440, pl. 24, fig. 5.
Thecosphaera inermis, Haeckel: Haeckel, 1887, p. 80.
Thecosphaera japonica Nakaseko
Thecosphaera japonica Nakaseko: Motoyama, 1996, p. 252, pl. 2, figs. 3a, 3b.
Thecosphaera miocenica Nakaseko
Thecosphaera miocenica Nakaseko: Motoyama, 1996, p. 252, pl. 2, figs. 4a, 4b.
Thecosphaera pseudojaponica Nakaseko
Thecosphaera pseudojaponica Nakaseko: Motoyama, 1996, p. 252, pl. 2, figs. 5a, 5b.
Thecosphaera aff. pseudojaponica Nakaseko
Thecosphaera aff. pseudojaponica Nakaseko: Motoyama, 1996, p. 242, pl. 2, figs. 6, 7a, 7b.
Thecosphaera spp.
Remarks: Included in this category are any thecosphaerid specimens that are not previously categorized. These have three concentric spheres, two of which are medullary shells, and no external spines.
Family PHACODISCIDAE
Heliodiscus asteriscus Haeckel
Heliodiscus asteriscus Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S73, pl. 9, figs. 1, 2(?).
Heliodiscus echiniscus Haeckel
Heliodiscus echiniscus Haeckel: Nigrini, 1967, p. 34, pl. 3, figs, 2a, 2b.
Family COCCODISCIDAE
Didymocyrtis avita (Riedel)
Didymocyrtis avita: Sanfilippo et al., 1985, p. 657, figs. 8.8a, 8b.
Didymocyrtis tetrathalamus (Haeckel), s. lat.
Ommatartus tetrathalamus tetrathalamus (Haeckel): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S49, pl. 6, figs. 1a-1d.
Ommatartus tetrathalamus coronatus (Haeckel): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S53, pl. 6, figs. 2a, 2b.
Didymocyrtis tetrathalamus (Haeckel): Sanfilippo and Riedel, 1980, p. 1010, text-fig. 4(g).
Family PORODISCIDAE
Amphirhopalum ypsilon Haeckel
Amphirhopalum ypsilon Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S75, pl. 10, figs. 1a-1e.
Circodiscus microporus (St÷hr) group
Circodiscus microporus (St÷hr) group: Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. S73, pl. 10, fig. 3.
Euchitonia spp.
Euchitonia sp. Molina-Cruz, 1977, pl. 4, figs. 1, 2.
"Euchitonia" spp.: Boltovskoy and Riedel, 1987, p. 98, pl. 2, fig. 20.
Euchitonia cf. furcata Ehrenberg: Takahashi, 1991, p. 80, pl. 16, fig. 8.
Remarks: This category may involve immature forms of Euchitonia furcata Ehrenberg (1872a, p. 308; 1872b, pl. 6.3, fig. 6).
Stylochlamydium asteriscus Haeckel
Stylochlamydium asteriscus Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S113, pl. 14, fig. 5.
Stylodictya camerina Campbell and Clark
Stylodictya camerina Campbell and Clark: Motoyama, 1996, p. 254, pl. 2, fig. 9.
Stylodictya multispina Haeckel
Stylodictya multispina Haeckel, 1860, p. 842; 1862, p. 496, pl. 29, fig. 5.
Porodiscus sp. A Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S107, pl. 14, fig. 1. (partim)
Stylodictya multispina/Porodiscus spp. Boltovskoy and Vrba, 1988, pl. 1, figs. 1a, 1b only.
Stylodictya validispina J÷rgensen
Stylodictya validispina J÷rgensen, 1905, p. 119, pl. 10, figs. 40a, 40b.
Family SPONGODISCIDAE
Dictyocoryne spp.
Remarks: This category may involve immature forms of Dictyocoryne profunda Ehrenberg (1872a, p. 307; 1872b, p. 289, pl. 7, fig. 23) and Dictyocoryne truncatum (Ehrenberg) in Nigrini and Moore (1979, p. S89, pl. 12, fig. 2a, 2b).
Perichlamydium venustum Bailey?
?Perichlamidium [!] venustum Bailey: Motoyama, 1996, p. 254, pl. 2, fig. 8.
Spongocore puella Haeckel
Spongocore puella Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S69, pl. 8, figs. 5a-5c.
Spongodiscus communis Clark and Campbell
Spongodiscus (Spongocyclia) communis Clark and Campbell, 1942, p. 47, pl. 2, figs. 1, 11, 13, 14, pl. 3, figs. 1, 4.
Spongodiscus spp.
Spongodiscus group Mullineaux and Westberg-Smith, 1986, p. 65, pl. 1, fig. 12.
Spongopyle osculosa Dreyer
Spongopyle osculosa Dreyer: Motoyama, 1996, p. 254, pl. 2, fig. 11.
Spongotrochus glacialis Popofsky
Spongotrochus glacialis Popofsky, 1908, p. 228, pl. 26, fig. 8; pl. 27, fig. 1, pl. 28, fig. 2.
Spongotrochus glacialis Popofsky: Petrushevskaya, 1967, p. 43, fig. 21(1-7); fig. 22(1-7); fig. 26(2).
Family PYLONIIDAE
Octopyle stenozona Haeckel/Tetrapyle octacantha MŘller
Octopyle stenozona Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S123, pl. 16, figs. 2a, 2b.
Tetrapyle octacantha Muller [!]: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S125, pl. 16, figs. 3a, 3b.
Family LITHELIIDAE
Larcopyle buetschlii Dreyer
Larcopyle butschlii [!] Dreyer: Motoyama, 1996, p. 254, pl. 3, figs. 3a, 3b, 4.
Larcospira quadrangula Haeckel
Larcospira quadrangula Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. S133, pl. 17, fig. 2.
Lithelius minor J÷rgensen
Lithelius minor J°rgensen: Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. S95, pl. 14, figs. 1a, 1b.
Lithelius? sp.
Pylonid gen. et sp. indet. 1 Dumitrica, 1978, pl. 6, fig. 2.
Spirema sp.
Spirema sp. Kling, 1973, p. 635, pl. 7, figs. 23-25.
Lithelius sp. Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. S99, pl. 14, figs. 3a-3c.
Spongurus pylomaticus Riedel
Spongurus pylomaticus Riedel, 1958, p. 226, pl. 1, figs. 10, 11.
Spongurus? sp. A
Spongurus? sp. A Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. S33, pl. 5, fig. 1b.
Order NASSELLARIA
Family PLAGONIIDAE
Sethophormin group
Remarks: In this category are forms that can be assigned to the family Sethophormididae Haeckel, emend. Petrushevskaya (1971a).
Antarctissa aff. denticulata (Ehrenberg)
Remarks: This species resembles Antarctissa denticulata (Ehrenberg) of Petrushevskaya (1967, p. 87, fig. 50.1-4), but differs in its longer thorax.
Antarctissa longa (Popofsky)
Antarctissa longa (Popofsky): Petrushevskaya, 1975, p. 591, pl. 11, figs. 8-10.
Arachnocorallium group
Arachnocorallium group Motoyama, 1996, p. 256, pl. 3, figs. 17, 18.
Ceratocyrtis group
Ceratocyrtis galeus (Cleve): Bj°rklund, 1976, p. 1124, pl. 11, figs. 1-3.
Ceratocyrtis histricosa (J÷rgensen): Petrushevskaya, 1971b, p. 98, figs. 52(2-4).
Ceratocyrtis sinuosa (Popofsky): Petrushevskaya, 1971b, p. 101, figs. 53(2-4).
Ceratocyrtis group Motoyama, 1996, pl. 256, pl. 3, figs. 23, 24.
Lophophaena cf. capito Ehrenberg
Lophophaena cf. capito Ehrenberg: Takahashi, 1991, p. 96, pl. 25, figs. 6-9.
Pseudodictyophimus spp.
Pseudodictyophimus group Motoyama, 1996, p. 256, pl. 3, figs. 21, 22.
Lophophaenins genn. et spp. indet.
Remarks: This category includes forms that can be assigned to the subfamily Lophophaeninae Haeckel, emend. Petrushevskaya (1971a), except for those previously categorized.
Sethoperins genn. et spp. indet.
Remarks: This category includes forms that can be assigned to the subfamily Sethoperinae Haeckel, emend. Petrushevskaya (1971a).
Neosemantis distephanus (Haeckel)
Neosemantis distephanus (Haeckel): Goll, 1979, p. 384, pl. 4, figs. 1-15.
Family THEOPERIDAE
Bathropyramis sp.
Remarks: This category includes forms that can be assigned to the genus Bathropyramis Haeckel (1881).
Cinclopyramis sp.
Remarks: Forms included in this category usually have a very long, robust apical spine that bears many branching spines. A secondary apical spine rises from the cephalis in an oblique angle.
Cornutella profunda Ehrenberg
Cornutella profunda Ehrenberg: Nigrini and Lombari, 1984, p. N93, pl. 22, fig. 1.
Cornutella profunda Ehrenberg: Kling, 1973, p. 635, pl. 3, figs. 1-4; pl. 9, figs. 8-17.
Corocalyptra kruegeri Popofsky
Corocalyptra kruegeri Popofsky, 1908, p. 289, pl. 35, fig. 8.
Cycladophora bicornis (Popofsky) group
Pterocorys bicornis Popofsky, 1908, p. 288, pl. 34, figs. 7, 8.
Theocalyptra bicornis (Popofsky): Riedel, 1958, p. 240, pl. 4, fig. 4.
Theocalyptra (?) bicornis (Popofsky): Petrushevskaya, 1967, p. 126, fig. 71(1-7); fig. 72(1-4).
Theocalyptra bicornis (Popofsky): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N53, pl. 24, fig. 1.
Cycladophora bicornis bicornis (Popofsky): Lombari and Lazarus, 1988, p. 106, pl. 5, figs. 9-12.
?Cycladophora bicornis amphora Lombari and Lazarus, 1988, p. 110, pl. 4, figs. 6-12.
?Cycladophora bicornis helios Lombari and Lazarus, 1988, p. 114, pl. 5, figs. 1-8.
Cycladophora bicornis klingi Lombari and Lazarus
Cycladophora bicornis klingi Lombari and Lazarus, 1988, p. 108, pl. 4, figs. 1-5.
Cycladophora cornutoides Kling
Cycladophora cornutoides Kling: Motoyama, 1997, p. 56, pl. 1, figs. 1-3.
Cycladophora davisiana Ehrenberg
Cycladophora davisiana Ehrenberg: Motoyama, 1997, p. 60, pl. 1, figs. 4-10.
Cycladophora pliocenica (Hays)
Clathroyclas [!] bicornis Hays, 1965, p. 179, pl. 3, fig. 3.
Cycladophora pliocenica (Hays): Lombari and Lazarus, 1988, p. 104.
not Cycladophora pliocenica (Hays): Morley and Nigrini, 1995, p. 79, pl. 4, fig. 1.
Cycladophora sakaii Motoyama
Cycladophora davisiana/sakaii intermediate forms: Motoyama, 1997, pl. 1, figs. 11-14.
Cycladophora sakaii Motoyama: Motoyama, 1997, p. 60, pl. 1, figs. 15-25.
Remarks: Intermediate forms between C. davisiana and C. sakaii are gathered into this species tentatively in this study.
Cycladophora spp.
Remarks: This category includes forms that can be assigned to the genus Cycladophora Ehrenberg, emend. Lombari and Lazarus (1988), except for those above categorized.
Dictyophimus hirundo (Haeckel) group
Dictyophimus hirundo (Haeckel) group: Motoyama, 1996, p. 256, pl. 6, figs. 6, 7.
Dictyophimus infabricatus Nigrini?
Dictyophimus infabricatus Nigrini: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N37, pl. 22, fig. 5.
Dictyophimus spp.
Remarks: This category includes any members of the genus Dictyophimus Ehrenberg, emend. Nigrini (1968), except for the preceding groups.
Eucecryphalus group
Remarks: This category may include Corocalyptra cervus (Ehrenberg) of Renz (1974, p. 790, pl. 16, fig. 22), Theocalyptra sp. Renz (1974, p. 798, pl. 16, fig. 21) and Eucecryphalus tricostatus (Haeckel) of Takahashi (1991, p. 110, pl. 33, figs. 4, 6.)
Eucyrtidium acuminatum (Ehrenberg)
Eucyrtidium acuminatum (Ehrenberg): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N61, pl. 24, figs. 3a, 3b.
Eucyrtidium anomalum (Haeckel)
Eucyrtidium anomalum (Haeckel): Petrushevskaya, 1971b, p. 219, fig. 98(1-4).
Eucyrtidium calvertense Martin
Eucyrtidium calvertense Martin, 1904, p. 450, pl. 130, fig. 5.
Eucyrtidium calvertense Martin: Hays, 1965, p. 181, pl. 3, fig. 4.
Eucyrtidium hexastichum (Haeckel)
Eucyrtidium hexastichum (Haeckel): Petrushevskaya, 1971b, p. 220, fig. 99(3-10).
Eucyrtidium punctatum (Ehrenberg)
Eucyrtidium punctatum (Ehrenberg) group: Riedel and Sanfilippo, 1978, p. 114, pl. 4, figs. 14-16.
Eucyrtidium teuscheri Haeckel group
Eucyrtidium teuscheri gr. (Haeckel) sensu emend. Caulet, 1986, p. 850, pl. 5, figs. 1-8.
Eucyrtidium spp.
Remarks: Included in this category are any specimens of the genus Eucyrtidium Ehrenberg, emend. Nigrini (1967) that do not fall into one of the above groups.
Gondwanaria dogieli (Petrushevskaya)
Gondwanaria dogieli (Petrushevskaya): Petrushevskaya, 1975, p. 585.
Lipmanella group
Remarks: This category may include Lipmanella dictyoceras (Haeckel) of Kling (1973, p. 636, pl. 4, figs. 24-26), Lipmanella pyramidale (Popofsky) of Takahashi (1991, p. 121, pl. 40, fig. 18) and Lipmanella virchowii (Haeckel) of Takahashi (1991, p. 122, pl. 40, figs. 19-21).
Litharachnium tentorium Haeckel
Litharachnium tentorium Haeckel: Takahashi, 1991, p. 114, pl. 35, figs. 14-18.
Lithostrobus hexagonalis Haeckel
Lithostrobus hexagonalis Haeckel: Takahashi, 1991, p. 122, pl. 41, figs. 1-3.
Peripyramis circumtexta Haeckel
Peripyramis circumtexta Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N29, pl. 21, figs. 4a, 4b.
Pterocanium auritum Nigrini and Caulet
Pterocanium auritum Nigrini and Caulet, 1992, p. 152, pl. 4, figs. 6-8.
Pterocanium korotnevi (Dogiel)
Pterocanium korotnevi (Dogiel): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N39, pl. 23, figs. 1a, 1b.
Pterocanium praetextum (Ehrenberg) eucolpum Haeckel
Pterocanium praetextum (Ehrenberg) eucolpum Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N43, pl. 23, fig. 3.
Pterocanium trilobum (Haeckel)
Pterocanium trilobum (Haeckel): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N45, pl. 23, figs. 4a, 4b.
Pterocanium spp.
Remarks: This category includes forms that can be assigned to the genus Pterocanium Ehrenberg (1847, p. 385), except for those categorized above.
Stichocorys delmontensis (Campbell and Clark)
Stichocorys delmontensis (Campbell and Clark): Motoyama, 1996, p. 258, pl. 5, fig. 3.
Stichocorys peregrina (Riedel)
Stichocorys peregrina (Riedel): Motoyama, 1996, p. 258, pl. 5, fig. 2.
Stichocorys spp.
Stichocorys spp. Motoyama, 1996, p. 250, pl. 5, fig. 4.
Stichopera pectinata Haeckel
Stichopera pectinata Haeckel group: Kling, 1973, p. 638, pl. 3, figs. 25-27; pl. 10, figs. 1-5.
Stichopilium anocor Renz
Stichopilium anocor Renz, 1976, p. 124, pl. 5, fig. 10.
Stichopilium bicorne Haeckel
Stichopilium bicorne Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N91, pl. 26, figs. 1a, b.
Family CARPOCANIIDAE
Carpocanarium papillosum (Ehrenberg)
Carpocanarium papillosum (Ehrenberg) group: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N27, pl. 21, fig. 3.
Carpocanistrum spp.
Carpocanistrum spp. Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N23, pl. 21, figs. 1a-1c.
Family PTEROCORYTHIDAE
Anthocyrtidium nosicaae Caulet
Anthocyrtidium nosicaae Caulet: Nigrini and Caulet, 1988, p. 351, pl. 1, figs. 15-17.
Anthocyrtidium ophirense (Ehrenberg)
Anthocyrtidium ophirense (Ehrenberg): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N67, pl. 25, fig. 1.
Anthocyrtidium zanguebaricum (Ehrenberg)
Anthocyrtidium zanguebaricum (Ehrenberg): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N69, pl. 25, fig. 2.
Lamprocyclas maritalis Haeckel, s. lat.
Lamprocyclas maritalis maritalis Haeckel: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N75, pl. 25, fig. 4.
Lamprocyclas maritalis Haeckel polypora Nigrini: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N77, pl. 25, fig. 5.
Lamprocyrtis hannai (Campbell and Clark)
Lamprocyrtis hannai (Campbell and Clark): Motoyama, 1996, p. 258, pl. 7, fig. 3.
Lamprocyrtis heteroporos (Hays)
Lamprocyrtis heteroporos (Hays): Motoyama, 1996, p. 258, pl. 7, fig. 4.
Lamprocyrtis neoheteroporos Kling
Lamprocyrtis neoheteroporos Kling, 1973, p. 639, pl. 5, figs. 17, 18; pl. 15, figs. 4, 5.
Lamprocyrtis nigriniae (Caulet)
Lamprocyrtis nigriniae (Caulet): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N81, pl. 25, fig. 7.
Lamprocyrtis spp.
Remarks: This category may involve immature specimens of the preceding four species.
Pterocorys zanclaeus (MŘller)
Eucyrtidium zanclaeum MŘller, 1855, p. 672; 1856, p. 492; 1858, p. 41, pl. 6, figs. 1-3.
Pterocorys zancleus [!] (MŘller): Petrushevskaya, 1971b, p. 233, fig. 119(1-7).
Theocorythium trachelium (Ehrenberg), s. lat.
Theocorythium trachelium trachelium (Ehrenberg): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N93, pl. 26, fig. 2.
Family ARTOSTROBIIDAE
Botryostrobus aquilonaris (Bailey)
Botryostrobus aquilonaris (Bailey): Motoyama, 1996, p. 258, pl. 7, figs. 6, 7.
Botryostrobus auritus/australis (Ehrenberg) group
Botryostrobus auritus/australis (Ehrenberg) group: Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N101, pl. 27, figs. 2a-2d.
Phormostichoartus sp.
Remarks: This category includes specimens that can be assigned to the genus Phormostichoartus Campbell, emend. Nigrini (1977).
Siphocampe arachnea (Ehrenberg)
Siphocampe arachnea (Ehrenberg) group: Nigrini, 1977, p. 255, pl. 3, figs. 7, 8.
Spirocyrtis scalaris Haeckel
Spirocyrtis scalaris Haeckel: Nigrini, 1977, p. 259, pl. 2, figs. 12, 13.
Spirocyrtis subscalaris Nigrini
Spirocyrtis subscalaris Nigrini, 1977, p. 259, pl. 3, figs. 1, 2.
Suborder SPYRIDA
Giraffospyris angulata (Haeckel)
Giraffospyris angulata (Haeckel): Nigrini and Moore, 1979, p. N11, pl. 19, figs. 2a-3d.
Lophospyris cheni Goll
Lophospyris cheni Goll, 1976, p. 402, pl. 11, fig. 4; pl. 12, figs. 1-7.
Lophospyris pentagona (Ehrenberg), s. lat.
Lophospyris pentagona Ehrenberg: Petrushevskaya, 1971b, p. 254, fig. 132(1-9).
Phormospyris stabilis (Goll), s. lat.
Dendrospyris stabilis Goll, 1968, p. 1422, pl. 173, figs. 16-18, 20.
Phormospyris stabilis stabilis (Goll): Takahashi, 1991, p. 104, pl. 30, figs. 2-5.
Zygocircus spp.
Zygocircus group Riedel et al., 1985, p. 508, pl. 3, figs. 10a, 10b.

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