Bistarkum phantomense Carter et al. 1988 (radiolarian)

Protozoa - Spumellaria - Angulobracchiidae

Alternative combination: Amphibrachium phantomensis

Full reference: E.S. Carter, B.E.B. Cameron, and P.L. Smith. 1988. Lower and Middle Jurassic radiolarian biostratigraphy and systematic paleontology, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 386:1-109

Belongs to Bistarkum according to E. S. Carter et al. 2010

See also Carter et al. 1988

Sister taxa: Bistarkum bifurcum, Bistarkum brevilatum, Bistarkum coriniforme, Bistarkum cylindratum, Bistarkum martiali, Bistarkum rhaeticum, Bistarkum rigidium, Bistarkum saginatum

Type specimen: Its type locality is GSC loc. C-080597, Graham Island, which is in a Toarcian/Toarcian open shallow subtidal sandstone in the Phantom Creek Formation of Canada.

Ecology: passively mobile planktonic omnivore


• Jurassic of Canada (6: British Columbia collections), Japan (4), Slovenia (4)

Total: 14 collections each including a single occurrence

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