Stigmosphaerostylus RĂ¼st 1892 (radiolarian)

Radiolaria - Entactinaria - Entactiniidae

Alternative spelling: Stigomosphaerostylus

Synonyms: Apophysisphaera Won 1997, Astroentactinia Nazarov 1975, Entactinia Foreman 1963, Inaequalientactinia Won 1991, Palaeoxyphostylus Won 1983

Parent taxon: Entactiniidae according to P. Noble et al. 2017

See also Aitchison et al. 1999, De Wever et al. 2001, Feng et al. 2004, Sepkoski 2002, Thassanapak 2015 and Wang et al. 2003

Sister taxa: Afanasievella, Apophysiactinia, Astroentactiniinae, Borisella, Callela, Cancellosphaera, Costaentactinia, Cubaxonium, Duodecimentactinia, Entactiniinae, Entactinosphaera, Fenestrula, Gracilentactinia, Hegleria, Holdisphaera, Involutentactinia, Kashiwara, Klaengspongus, Lententactinia, Magnentactinia, Magnisphaera, Megaporus, Microporosa, Moskovistella, Multientactinia, Munzuwonella, Oruatemanua, Paracopicyntra, Paratriposphaera, Perforentactinia, Plenoentactinia, Plenosphaera, Pluristratoentactinia, Polyedroentactinia, Provisocyntra, Radiobisphaera, Retentactinia, Retisphaera, Shinkaiera, Sinosphaera, Spongentactinia, Stygmosphaerostylus, Tardentactinia, Trilonche, Uberinterna, Wuyia

Subtaxa: Astroentactinia stellata Entactinia hercula Entactinia modesta Entactinia morii Entactinia multispinosa Entactinia tortispina Entactinia vulgaris Stigmosphaerostylus gogoensis Stigmosphaerostylus horrida Stigmosphaerostylus hystricuosa Stigmosphaerostylus itsukaichiensis Stigmosphaerostylus notabilis Stigmosphaerostylus profundisculus Stigmosphaerostylus pusilla Stigmosphaerostylus variospina

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Type: Stigmosphaerostylus notabilis

Ecology: passively mobile planktonic omnivore

Distribution:

• Triassic of Japan (1 collection), New Zealand (2), Turkey (1)

• Leonard of United States (2: Alaska, Oregon)

• Permian of China (22), Japan (51), Malaysia (1), Thailand (12), United States (4: Oregon)

• Devonian of Australia (5), China (6)

Total: 107 collections including 119 occurrences

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