CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Hantkenina Cushman, 1924

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Daughter taxa: (blue => in age window 0-800Ma)
= Hantkenina alabamensis
= Hantkenina compressa
= Hantkenina primitiva
= Hantkenina australis
= Hantkenina compressa
= Cribrohantkenina inflata
= Hantkenina dumblei
= Hantkenina singanoae
= Cribrohantkenina inflata
status uncertain
= Hantkenina lehneri
= Hantkenina liebusi
status uncertain
status uncertain
= Hantkenina mexicana
= Hantkenina mexicana
= Schackoina multispinata
= Hantkenina nanggulanensis
= Hantkenina mexicana
= Hantkenina singanoae
= Schackoina multispinata

Hantkenina

Citation: Hantkenina Cushman, 1924
Rank: Genus
Type species: Hantkenina alabamensis, Cushman, 1924

Current identification/main database link: Hantkenina Cushman, 1924


Original Description
Description. — Test free, planospiral, consisting of about three coils, chambers few, usually about five in the adult coil, laterally compressed, wall finely or coarsely perforate, sutures distinct and depressed, each chamber at least in the adult with a stout peripheral spine with a hollow center, aperture tripartite one arm running along either side of the base of the chamber, the other extending peripherally in the apertural face of the chamber.

Extra details from original publication
In the Tertiary of America there are at least four species and to this genus should be referred Hantken's species [Siderolina kochi]. These are all described below and figures are given of all of them. They seem to mark the Uppermost Eocene in Alabama and elsewhere on our Gulf Coastal Plain and the Mexican species from the Alazan are closely related. Hantken's species is from the Clavulina Szdihoi beds of Hungary.

References:

Cushman, J.A., (1924). A new genus of Eocene foraminifera. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 66(30): 1-4.


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