Radiolaria from the late Eocene Oamaru Diatomite, South Island, New Zealand

@article{Oconnor1999RadiolariaFT,
  title={Radiolaria from the late Eocene Oamaru Diatomite, South Island, New Zealand},
  author={B. O’connor},
  journal={Micropaleontology},
  year={1999},
  volume={45},
  pages={1-55}
}
Radiolarian faunas from seven localities of the well known Late Eocene Oamaru Diatomite were studied. All samples contained well preserved Radiolaria, generally of common or greater abundance, along with numerous sponge spicules and diatoms. Radiolarian faunal composition confirms a Late Eocene age for the Oamaru Diatomite. The Radiolaria are documented, with 24 new species described and three new genera erected. The new species are Tricorporisphaera bibula, Zealithapium oamaru (Actinomicea… Expand
New species of Neogene radiolarians from the Southern Ocean
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