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      Mesozoic Radiolaria

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          Mesozoic radiolarians generally range in size from 100 to 400 μm. All were planktonic and exclusively marine. Radiolarians possess an exceptional geological record and have been abundant since the Cambrian; they were widely distributed in the Triassic to Cretaceous seas.

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          Radiolaria

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            The biostratigraphy of sediments in the volcanic unit of the Samail Ophiolite

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                Journal
                Short Courses in Paleontology
                Short courses paleontol.
                Cambridge University Press (CUP)
                2475-2630
                2475-2673
                1995
                July 17 2017
                1995
                : 8
                : 31-60
                Article
                10.1017/S2475263000001410
                ff100696-217f-4f2e-baed-e4b305b0f3ad
                © 1995

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