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|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
It was recombined as Tiksitheca korobovi by Rozanov et al. (1969); it was misspelled as Tiksitheca korobove by Missarzhevsky (1989); it was recombined as Anabarites korobovi by Landing et al. (1989) and Kouchinsky et al. (2009).
|Year||Name and author|
|1966||Semielliptotheca korobovi Rozanov and Missarzhevsky pp. 109-110 figs. pl. 12 f. 10|
|1969||Tiksitheca korobovi Rozanov et al. p. 114–115|
|1989||Anabarites korobovi Landing et al. p. 757|
|1989||Tiksitheca korobove Missarzhevsky figs. pl. 12 f. 8|
|2009||Anabarites korobovi Kouchinsky et al. pp. 280 – 284 figs. 37, ?37|
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|A. Kouchinsky et al. 2009||Anabarites species combining a curvature in one plane and a rounded-triangular cross-section extended in the direction of the convex side (see Fig. 2R).
DESCRIPTION. Internal moulds and thecae curved in one plane. Sides of moulds flattened or slightly convex. Transverse profile rounded triangular or ovoid, extended in the direction of the convex side (Fig. 37C, O). Growth lines and aperture straight. In one case a flange is preserved close to the aperture (Fig. 37L–O). The wall apparently consisted of fibres orientated longitudinally (Fig. 37D–E, H-K, N, P).