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Conicospirillina exleyi van Hengstum & Scott, 2012

Collector:
Dr. Peter J. van Hengstum
Type Status:
paratype
Type Citation:
[Article] van Hengstum, P. J. & Scott, D. B. 2012. Sea-level rise and coastal circulation controlled Holocene groundwater development in Bermuda and caused a meteoric lens to collapse 1600 years ago. Marine Micropaleontology. 90-91: 29-43.
Place:
Bermuda
Specimen Count:
1
Record Last Modified:
14 Aug 2017
Geological Age:
Cenozoic - Holocene
Taxonomy:
Protoctista Granuloreticulosa Foraminifera
Published Name:
Conicospirillina exleyi van Hengstum & Scott, 2012
USNM Number:
PAL543043
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NMNH - Paleobiology Dept.

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