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Anaticinella planoconvexa


Classification: pf_mesozoic -> Rotaliporidae -> Anaticinella -> Anaticinella planoconvexa
Sister taxa: A. multiloculata, A. planoconvexa, A. sp.

Taxonomy

Citation: Anaticinella planoconvexa (Longoria 1973)
Rank: Species
Basionym: Pseudoticinella planoconvexa
Taxonomic discussion:

 

Type images:

Original description:

Same features as in the genus. Test large, planoconvex, umbilical side flattened, spiral side strongly convex; formed by about three whorls; peripheral margin ovate; five to six chambers in the last whorl, increasing gradually in size as added; chambers petalloid to trapezoidal on spiral side, ovoid to sub-rectangular on umbilical side; sutures radial, straight and depressed on both spiral and umbilical side; primary aperture umbilical to extra-umbilical, bordered by wide imperforate portici, infra-laminal apertures visible at the base of the sutures; umbilicus partially covered by the umbilical cover-plate; surface of the test covered by numerous pustules.

Entries in the Catalog of original descriptions: Pseudoticinella planoconvexa

Distinguishing features:

 


Size: Holotype = 0.46 mm in the maximum diameter, 0.33 mm in the minimum diameter,

Geological Range:
Last occurrence (top): near base of W. archaeocretacea zone (10% up, 94Ma, in Turonian stage). Data source: 2007 Cretaceous Research 28(4):561-582
First occurrence (base): near top of R. cushmani zone (90% up, 94.2Ma, in Cenomanian stage). Data source: 2007 Cretaceous Research 28(4):561-582

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