Paronaella notabilis Whalen and Carter 2002 (radiolarian)

Radiolaria - Spumellaria - Angulobracchiidae

Full reference: P. A. Whalen and E.S. Carter. 2002. Pliensbachian (Lower Jurassic) Radiolaria from Baja California Sur, Mexico. Micropaleontology 48(2):97-151

Belongs to Paronaella according to P. A. Whalen and E.S. Carter 2002

Sister taxa: Paronaella araneae, Paronaella bandyi, Paronaella beatricia, Paronaella bifida, Paronaella bona, Paronaella botanyensis, Paronaella broennimanni, Paronaella cava, Paronaella claviformis, Paronaella coalescenda, Paronaella communis, Paronaella corpulenta, Paronaella curticrassa, Paronaella denudata, Paronaella fera, Paronaella gemmata, Paronaella grahamensis, Paronaella hirsuta, Paronaella inornata, Paronaella isariana, Paronaella kotura, Paronaella mulleri, Paronaella multifera, Paronaella norica, Paronaella obesa, Paronaella pacofiensis, Paronaella pessagnoi, Paronaella pristidentata, Paronaella pygmaea, Paronaella ravenensis, Paronaella skenaensis, Paronaella skowkonaensis, Paronaella snowshoensis, Paronaella solanoensis, Paronaella speciosa, Paronaella striata, Paronaella trammeri, Paronaella trifoliacea, Paronaella tripla, Paronaella tubulata, Paronaella ultrabifida, Paronaella venusta, Paronaella yaogusensis, Sontonaella spongiosa, Sontonaella concinna, Archaeotriastrum mostleri, Archaeotriastrum dentatum

Type specimen: Its type locality is BPW80-30, San Hipolito Fm, Vizcaino Peninsula, Baja California Sur, which is in a Pliensbachian slope sandstone/lime mudstone in the San Hipolito Formation of Mexico

Ecology: passively mobile planktonic omnivore

Distribution:

• Jurassic of Canada (4: British Columbia collections), Mexico (2), Turkey (10)

Total: 16 collections each including a single occurrence

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