Ostracoda in sediment core CRP-3 from the Ross Sea, Antarctica, supplement to: Dingle, R V; Majoran, Stefan (2001): Palaeoclimatic and -biogeographical implications of oligocene ostracoda from CRP-2/2A and CRP-3 drillholes, Victoria Land Basin, Antarctica. Terra Antartica, 8(4), 369-382

R V Dingle & Stefan Majoran
A total of eighteen species of marine ostracods, in at least twelve genera, have been recovered from Early and Late Oligocene glacio-marine sediments from boreholes CRP-3 and CRP-2/2A in the Victoria Land Basin, Ross Sea, Antarctica. Faunas are sparse and generally moderately-well preserved. Previously, three species or closely related species have been recorded only from glacial settings (Kuiperiana meridionalislain (Müller), Australicythere polylyca (Müller), Hemicytheridea aff. H. kinggeorgeensis Blaszyk), but palaeotemperatures somewhat higher than at present...
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