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From: Biostratigraphy of large benthic foraminifera from Hole U1468A (Maldives): a CT-scan taxonomic approach

Fig. 4

Nephrolepidina ex. interc. ruttenii- martini in panels an, Nephrolepidina transiens in panel o, Nephrolepidina ex. interc. isolepidinoides-sumatrensis in panels px. a External axial view of a specimen 7_1_07. b External equatorial view of 7_1_07. c Equatorial section of 7_1_07, a perfect N. ruttenii end-member of the population. d Axial section of 7_1_07. e External axial view of 29_3_05. f Equatorial section of 29_3_05. g Axial section of 29_3_05. h Equatorial section of 29_3_02, a perfect N. martini end-member of the population. i Axial section of 29_3_02. j External equatorial view of 29_5_01. k External axial view of 29_5_01. l Equatorial section of 29_5_01, an intermediate form of the population. m Detail of the embryo of 29_5_01. n Axial section of 29_5_01. o Equatorial section of 29_3_03. p External equatorial view of 107_2_00. q External axial view of 107_2_00. r Sectioned 3D model of 107_2_00. s Equatorial section of 107_2_00, a good example close to the N. sumatrensis type. t Axial section of 107_2_00. u Equatorial section of 108_2_09, a specimen with intermediate characteristics. v Detail of the embryo of 108_2_09. w Equatorial section of 108_2_10 which is closer to the N. isolepidinoides characteristics. x Detail of the embryo of 108_2_10

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