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Paleontological Journal

, Volume 52, Issue 12, pp 1356–1370 | Cite as

Revision of the Genus Pluristratoentactinia Nazarov in Nazarov et al., 1981 (Paleozoic Radiolarians)

  • M. S. AfanasievaEmail author
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Abstract

The genus Pluristratoentactinia Nazarov in Nazarov et al., 1981 is revised. The genus Pluristratoentactinia is shown to comprise 20 Early Devonian–Late Permian radiolarian species. Three new species of Early Permian radiolarians from the Southern Urals and Northern Mugodzhary are described: Pluristratoentactinia kondurovkensis sp. nov., P. kozuri sp. nov., and P. lusikae sp. nov.

Keywords:

Radiolaria new species revision Lower Permian Southern Urals northern Mugodzhary 

Notes

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I am sincerely grateful to A.S. Alekseev, P.Yu. Parkhaev, and G.P. Nestell for advisable discussion on the manuscript and valuable remarks and to G.S. Rautian for translation of the present paper into English.

This study was supported by the Program of Presidium of the Russian Academy of Science “Evolution of the Organic World and Planetary Processes.”

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Borissiak Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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