We observe the magnetic-field-induced bifurcation of quantum levels into surface states and bulklike Landau States. The disruption of the electric field quantization by a magnetic field is most dramatic for electrons bound in two dimensions perpendicular to the magnetic field. The interplay between competing spatial and magnetic quantization mechanisms results in a pronounced and complex level splitting. The observed splitting of zero-dimensional energy levels depends critically on the size of the quantum dots, and can be explained with a calculated single-particle energy spectrum. © 1989 The American Physical Society.