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Foraminifera source details

Parker, S.P. (Ed.) (1982). Synopsis and classification of living organisms. McGraw Hill Book Company: New York, NY (USA). ISBN 0-07-079031-0. 1166, 1232 pp.
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Arcellinida (basis of record)
Foraminiferida accepted as Foraminifera (additional source)
Haptorida (basis of record)
Lituoloidea (basis of record)
Phaeophyceae (additional source)
Tilopteridales (basis of record)
 Classification

According to Parker, Hemistasia is an euglenid [details]

 Classification

According to Parker, this family is historically associated with Saprolegniales, but is now thought to be more ... [details]

 classification

According to Parker, this Genus (Syringoderma) belongs to the Sphacelariales, Sphacelariaceae [details]

 Classification

According to Parker, there is one sole family within the Tecina and that is Thecamoebidae, in which the Platyamoeba ... [details]

 classification

According to Parker, this family is a part of the Goniotrichales [details]

 Classification

Analogous to Dixon [details]

 Classification

Analogous to Dixon [details]

 Classification

Analogous to Dixon [details]

 Classification

Belongs to suborder Eurysporina (together with Chloromyxidae and Parvicapsulidae) [details]

 Classification

Belongs to suborder Eurysporina (together with Ceratomyxidae and Parvicapsulidae) [details]

 Classification

Belongs to suborder Eurysporina (together with Chloromyxidae and Ceratomyxidae) [details]

 Classification

Belongs to suborder Bipolarina (together with Sinuolineidae) [details]

 Classification

is considered the only class within the Euglenophyta by Parker [details]

 Classification

Parker (1982) says that Dinophysiales belongs to the Family Dinophysidae [details]

 Classification

Protoperidinium is included in Peridiniaceae by Parker [details]

 Classification

This family is not in a seperate order, but is member of Gigartinales [details]

 classification

This family is not in a seperate order, but is member of Cryptonemiales [details]

 Classification

This family is not in a seperate order, but is a part of the Bangiales [details]

 Classification

This family is not in a seperate order, but is member of Nemaliales [details]

 Classification

This genus is not in a seperate family and order, but is member of Phyllophoraceae, Gigartinales [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan in litoral zones of warm seas [details]

 Spelling

Spelled Bodinidae in the printed version of ERMS [details]

 Taxonomy

According to Parker (1982) Dissodium belongs to the Family Peridiniaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) includes Blepharocysta in the Family Podolampaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) includes the Ordo Prorocentrales in the Subclassis Dinophycidae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) includes the Ordo Pyrocystales in the Subclassis Dinophycidae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) says Amphisolenia belongs to the Family Amphisoleniaceae. [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) says that Histioneis belongs to the Family Dinophysiaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) says that Ornithocercus belongs to the Family Dinophysiaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) says that Heterocapsa belongs to the Family Peridiniaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) says that Oblea belong to the Family Peridiniaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Parker (1982) says that Citharistes belongs to the Family Dinophysiaceae [details]

 Taxonomy

Validity of the species doubtful [details]


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