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Circodiscus microporus

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Photo#: 378
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-71, 1-3 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 9, fig. 8. Margin complete, no pylome. Slide VS-R-71a, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm. 
Photo#: 379
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-92, 1-3 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 10, fig. 1. Margin incomplete. Slide VS-R-92b, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm. 
Photo#: 380
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-71, 1-3 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 9, fig. 7. Pylome present, margin complete at third ring. Slide VS-R-71a, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm. 
Photo#: 381
Location: Gulf of California
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, p. 208: Fig. 12. Ommatodiscus pantanelli Carnevale. Diagram of side view through center of disc illustrating the central shell, the three latticed concentric rings located between the two relatively flat, parallel, latticed plates, and the pylome (P). Radial beams do not extend as spines beyond margin of disc. [Compare with Petrushevskaya and Koslova, 1972, pl. 19, fig. 6.] 
Photo#: 491
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-184
Photo by: Bjørklund & Benson 2003

Comments:
Picture taken from slide VS-R-184b,1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm. 
Photo#: 492
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-92
Photo by: Bjørklund & Benson 2003

Comments:
Picture taken from slide VS-R-92b, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm. 
Photo#: 493
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-136
Photo by: Bjørklund & Benson 2003

Comments:
Picture taken from slide VS-R-136a, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm. 


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