Examples from the Web for radiolarian
A larger number of new forms has been found in the Radiolarian ooze collected by the Challenger, and others fossil in Barbados.
This remarkable species is the oldest known skeleton of a Radiolarian, a figure of it being given in 1838, loc.
The whole number of Radiolarian genera distinguished in that first system was forty-four.
Hence it may be supposed that a large part of the red clay consists of decomposed Radiolarian ooze.
To him a radiolarian, or any other creature, is of interest, not so much on its own account as for its associations.A History of Science, Volume 5(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams
British Dictionary definitions for radiolarian
Word Origin for radiolarian
Word Origin and History for radiolarian
1862, from Radiolaria, Modern Latin classification name, from Latin radiolus, diminutive of radius (q.v.).