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Fig. 2

From: Paleoceanographic changes in the Northern East China Sea during the last 400 kyr as inferred from radiolarian assemblages (IODP Site U1429)

Fig. 2

Key Spumellarian species encountered at Site U1429. 1–4 Actinomma leptodermum (Jørgensen) (sample 346-U1429A-7H6-27-29 cm); 5–6 Actinomma boreale Cleve (sample 346-U1429A-7H6-27-29 cm); 7 Actinomma medianum Nigrini (sample 346-U1429A-1H1-27-29 cm); 8-9 Spongodiscus cf. resurgens Ehrenberg (sample 346-U1429A-1H1-27-29 cm); 10-11 Larcopyle weddelium Lazarus, Faust and Popova (sample 346-U1429A-7H6-27-29 cm); 12 Spongosphaera streptacantha Haeckel (sample 346-U1429A-1H1-27-29 cm); 14 Druppatractus irregularis Popofsky (sample 346-U1429A-1H1-27-29 cm); 15-17 Phorticium polycladum Tan and Tchang (sample 346-U1429A-1H1-27-29 cm); 13 Larcopyle cf. buetschlii Dreyer (sample 346-U1429A-7H6-27-29 cm); 18 Tetrapyle circularis Haeckel (sample 346-U1429A-7H6-27-29 cm); 19–21 Tetrapyle fruticosa (Tan and Chen) (sample 346-U1429A-7H6-27-29 cm)

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