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Botryometra poljanskii Petrushevskaya, 1975

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Cephalis about 40 in height with the broadest axis up to 60; separated from the thorax by the basal plate (This is the main difference from Lithomelissa heros). The thorax is cylindrical. The lateral feet formed by the spines D and L are weak.

Note:Description is based on nine specimens from DSDP Site 278, Core 12.

Stratigophy and Location: Late Miocene of the Antarctic.

Terminology:
Species is named after professor of the State University of Leningrad, George Poljansky who is also the head of Soviet protozoologists.
Petrushevskaya 1975


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