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Class: Miliolata    Subclass: Miliolana    Order: Soritida    Family: Soritidae
Marginopora vertebralis Quoy & Gaimard, 1830
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Orbitolites vertebralis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1830)used in: HAYW2011

Reference: HAYW2011  /  WFD AphiaID: 382447      
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identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Hawaii    Challenger Station 260A

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
East China Sea    Ryukyu Islands

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Fijii and off    Challenger Station 172
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Fijii and off    Challenger Station 172

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Fijii and off    Challenger Station 172

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Fijii and off    Challenger Station 172
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Fijii and off    Challenger Station 172

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Fijii and off    Challenger Station 172

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Maldives and off    South West Indian Ocean
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South China and Sulu Sea    Palawan

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South China and Sulu Sea    Palawan

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South China and Sulu Sea    Palawan
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South China and Sulu Sea    Palawan

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South China and Sulu Sea    Palawan

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Mediterranean Sea    Agia Napa