Cribroperidinioideae

Damassadinium californicum, from here.

Belongs within: Peridiniphycidae.

The Cribroperidinioideae are a group of dinoflagellates known as fossil cysts from the Middle Jurassic to the Miocene (Fensome et al. 1993).

Characters (from Fensome et al. 1993): L-type ventral organisation; dextral torsion present; apical pore complex contacted by four or five plates; six Kofoid precingular plates, with sixth (1i) pentagonal and broadly geniculate anteriorly, and third precingular homologue (4) in middorsal location; six cingular plates; ends of cingulum not overhanging, sulcus straight and relatively broad throughout its length; five or sixth Kofoid postcingular plates, first (if present) and second postcingular homologues strongly reduced in size relative to third to sixth homologues.

<==Cribroperidinioideae [Thalassiphoroideae]
    |--Kallosphaeridium de Coninck 1969FT93
    |--Achilleodinium Eaton 1976FT93
    |--Araneosphaera Eaton 1976FT93
    |--Carpatella Grigorovich 1969 [incl. Paraireana He 1984]FT93
    |--Conneximura May 1980FT93
    |--Disphaerogena Wetzel 1933 [incl. Cyclapophysis Benson 1976, Plethysyrinx Sarjeant 1981]FT93
    |--Epitricysta Stover & Helby 1987FT93
    |--Hapsocysta Davey 1979FT93
    |--Kenleyia Cookson & Eisenack 1965FT93
    |--Meristaulax Sarjeant 1984FT93
    |--Millioudodinium Stover & Evitt 1978FT93
    |--Muratodinium Drugg 1970FT93
    |--Pandadinium Courtinat 1989FT93
    |--Silicisphaera Davey & Verdier 1976FT93
    |--Spongodinium Deflandre 1936FT93
    |--Stoveracysta Clowes 1985FT93
    |--Wigginsiella Lucas-Clark 1987FT93
    |--Aldorfia Stover & Evitt 1978FT93
    |    `--A. aldorfensis (Gocht) Stover & Evitt 1978EB93
    |--Cryptarchaeodinium Deflandre 1939FT93
    |    `--C. calcaratum Deflandre 1939EB93
    |--Hystrichokolpoma Klumpp 1953FT93
    |    `--H. rigaudiae Deflandre & Cookson 1955EB93
    |--Samlandia Eisenack 1954 [incl. Palmnickia Eisenack 1954]FT93
    |    `--*S. chlamydophora Eisenack 1965H75, EB93
    |--Tityrosphaeridium Sarjeant 1981FT93
    |    `--T. tenuistriatum (Heisecke 1970) Quattrocchio & Sarjeant 1996QS03
    |--Turbiosphaera Archangelsky 1969FT93
    |    `--T. filosa (Wilson 1967) Archangelsky 1969QS03
    |--Korystocysta Woollam 1983FT93
    |    `--K. pachyderma (Deflandre 1939) Woollam 1983FT93
    |--Diphyes Cookson 1965 [incl. Lingulasphaera Drugg 1970]FT93
    |    `--D. colligerum (Deflandre & Cookson 1955) Cookson 1965FT93
    |--Ifecysta Jan du Chêne & Adediran 1985FT93
    |    `--I. pachyderma Jan du Chêne & Adediran 1985FT93
    |--Thalassiphora Eisenack & Gocht 1960 [incl. Erikania Morgenroth 1966, Subathua Khanna & Singh 1980]FT93
    |    |--T. patula (Williams & Downie 1966) Stover & Evitt 1978FT93
    |    `--T. pelagicaG87
    |--Operculodinium (Wall 1967) Matsuoka et al. 1997QS03
    |    |--O. azcaratei Troncoso & Doubinger 1980QS03
    |    `--O. erinaceum (Morgenroth) Stover & Evitt 1978 [=Impletosphaeridium erinaceum Morgenroth 1966]QS03
    |--Apteodinium Eisenack 1958 [incl. Coniferatium Burgess 1971]FT93
    |    |--‘Gardodinium’ deflandrei Clarke & Verdier 1967FT93
    |    |--A. granulatum Eisenack 1958FT93
    |    `--A. mecsekense (Nagy) Helenes 1984EB93
    |--Cribroperidinium Neale & Sarjeant 1962FT93
    |    |--C. edwardsii (Cookson & Eisenack 1958) Davey 1969RC02
    |    |--C. perforans (Cookson & Eisenack 1958) Morgan 1980RC02
    |    `--C. ventriosum (Wetzel 1933) Lentin & Williams 1973FT93
    |--Lingulodinium Wall 1967QS03 [incl. Trioperculodinium Drugg 1970FT93]
    |    |--L. bergmannii (Archangelsky) Quattrocchio & Sarjeant 2003 (see below for synonymy)QS03
    |    |--L. polyedrum (Stein) Dodge 1989 (see below for synonymy)FT93
    |    `--L. varispinosum Slimani 1994QS03
    |--Cordosphaeridium Eisenack 1963FT93
    |    |--C. cantharellum (Brosius) Gocht 1969B93
    |    |--C. funiculatum Morgenroth 1966FT93
    |    |--C. inodesQS03
    |    `--C. senegalense Jain & Millepied 1975EB93
    |--Florentinia Davey & Verdier 1973FT93
    |    |--F. berran Below 1982I02
    |    |--F. cooksoniae (Singh) Duxbury 1980I02
    |    |--F. laciniata Davey & Verdier 1973I02
    |    |--F. mantellii (Davey & Williams) Davey & Verdier 1973I02
    |    |--F. radiculata (Davey & Williams) Davey & Verdier 1973I02
    |    `--F. verdieriVH02
    `--Damassadinium Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea Morgenroth 1968 non Danaea Smith 1793]FT93
         |--D. californicum (Drugg) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 (see below for synonymy)FT93
         |--D. abbreviatum (Damassa) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea abbreviata Damassa 1984]FT93
         |--D. chibane (Below) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea chibanis Below 1981]FT93
         |--D. crassimuratum (Wilson) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea crassimurata Wilson 1988]FT93
         |--D. fibrosum (Hultberg) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea fibrosa Hultberg 1985]FT93
         |--D. heterospinosum (Matsuoka) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea heterospinosa Matsuoka 1983]FT93
         |--D. impages (Damassa) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea impages Damassa 1979]FT93
         `--D. manicatum (Damassa) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Danea manicata Damassa 1984]FT93

Damassadinium californicum (Drugg) Fensome, Taylor et al. 1993 [=Palmnickia californica Drugg 1967; incl. *Danea mutabilis Morgenroth 1968]FT93

Lingulodinium bergmannii (Archangelsky) Quattrocchio & Sarjeant 2003 [=Cleistosphaeridium bergmannii Archangelsky 1969, Downiesphaeridium bergmannii (Archangelsky) Quattrocchio & Sarjeant 1996, Operculodinium bergmannii (Archangelsky) Stover & Evitt 1978; incl. Impletosphaeridium charrieri Troncoso & Doubinger 1980, Solisphaeridium filamentosum Heisecke 1970, Operculodinium radiculatum Smith 1992]QS03

Lingulodinium polyedrum (Stein) Dodge 1989 [=Gonyaulax polyedra Stein 1883; incl. L. machaerophorum (Deflandre & Cookson 1955) Wall 1967]FT93

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

[B93] Benton, M. J. (ed.) 1993. The Fossil Record 2. Chapman & Hall: London.

[EB93] Edwards, D., J. G. Baldauf, P. R. Brown, K. J. Dorning, M. Feist, L. T. Gallagher, N. Grambast-Fessard, M. B. Hart, A. J. Powell & R. Riding. 1993. ‘Algae’. In: Benton, M. J. (ed.) The Fossil Record 2 pp. 15–40. Chapman & Hall: London.

[FT93] Fensome, R. A., F. J. R. Taylor, G. Norris, W. A. S. Sarjeant, D. I. Wharton & G. L. Williams. 1993. A classification of living and fossil dinoflagellates. Micropaleontology Special Publication 7: i–viii, 1–351.

[G87] Goodman, D. K. 1987. Dinoflagellate cysts in ancient and modern sediments. In: Taylor, F. J. R. (ed.) The Biology of Dinoflagellates pp. 649–722. Blackwell Scientific.

[H75] Häntzschel, W. 1975. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology pt W. Miscellanea Suppl. 1. Trace Fossils and Problematica 2nd ed. The Geological Society of America: Boulder (Colorado), and The University of Kansas: Lawrence (Kansas).

[I02] Ibrahim, M. I. A. 2002. Late Albian-Middle Cenomanian palynofacies and palynostratigraphy, Abu Gharadig-5 well, Western Desert, Egypt. Cretaceous Research 23: 775–788.

[QS03] Quattrocchio, M. E., & W. A. S. Sarjeant. 2003. Dinoflagellates from the Chorrillo Chico Formation (Paleocene) of southern Chile. Ameghiniana 40 (2): 129–153.

[RC02] Riding, J. B., & J. A. Crame. 2002. Aptian to Coniacian (Early–Late Cretaceous) palynostratigraphy of the Gustav Group, James Ross Basin, Antarctica. Cretaceous Research 23: 739–760.

[VH02] Vallejo, C., P. A. Hochuli, W. Winkler & K. von Salis. 2002. Palynological and sequence stratigraphic analysis of the Napo Group in the Pungarayacu 30 well, sub-Andean zone, Ecuador. Cretaceous Research 23: 845–859.

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