CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina aptica Agalarova 1951

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Globigerina aptica

Citation: Globigerina aptica Agalarova 1951
Rank: Species
Type locality: Near the town of Nardaran, eastern Azerbaidzhan.
Type age: Aptian
Holotype Repository: Not given
Type & figured specimens: N/A

Current identification/main database link: Hedbergella infracretacea (Glaessner, 1937)


Original Description
Test trochospiral, dorsal side quite convex. Peripheral margin undulately curved. Spire consists of 2 whorls, the last of which contains 5-6 spheroidal chambers. Proloculus, the smallest chamber, stands out clearly on the dorsal side. Chambers very strongly increase in size as added. Umbilical depression attains a considerable size. Sutures simple, strongly depressed. Aperture a semicircular slit, opens into the umbilicus. Wall calcareous.

References:

Agalarova, D. A. (1951). Studies of microfauna from Cretaceous deposits of Azerbaydzhan. Aznefteizdat, Baku. 1-128. gs


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Le Coze

The original name is Globigerina aptica [the genus Hedbergella was published in 1958]

see: http://www.marinespecies.org/foraminifera/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=895618

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Jeremy Young (UK)

Thanks, i've corrected that now

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