Extended Data Fig. 4: Scanning electron micrographs of planktic foraminifera from core 40. | Nature

Extended Data Fig. 4: Scanning electron micrographs of planktic foraminifera from core 40.

From: Rapid recovery of life at ground zero of the end-Cretaceous mass extinction

Extended Data Fig. 4

a, b, Examples of common reworked Cretaceous biserials, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1, 102–103 cm. c, Muricohedbergella monmouthensis, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 102–103 cm. d, Muricohedbergella holmdelensis, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 44–45 cm. e, Guembelitria cretacea, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 44–45 cm. f, G. cretacea, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 29–30 cm. g, G. cretacea, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 29–30 cm. h, Parvularugoglobigerina eugubina 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 31–32 cm. i, P. eugubina, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 31–32 cm. j, Globoconusa daubjergensis, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 31–32 cm. k, Eoglobigerina eobulloides, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 29–30 cm. l, Eoglobigerina edita, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 29–30 cm. m, Praemurica taurica, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 10–11 cm. n, Chiloguembelina morsei, sample 364-M0077A-40R-1-W, 10–11 cm.

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