CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina baroemoenensis var. quadrata LeRoy 1944

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Globigerina baroemoenensis quadrata

Citation: Globigerina baroemoenensis var. quadrata LeRoy 1944
Rank: variety
Type locality: Not designated. Localities given: PP-330, in an area lying immediately north of Soengei Kanan and southwest of Kotapinang , east coast of central Sumatra (figs.34-35); and N-5508, in an area about 11km. S. 20° W. from Kampoeng Doemai, Sultanate of Siak, east coast of Sumatra (figs. 37-39); Netherlands Indies. 
Type age (chronostrat): Not designated. Levels given: Lower and middle Miocene, Telisa formation, and middle Miocene, Lower and Middle Palembang formations.
Type repository: Medan, Sumatra: micropaleontologic collections of the Nederlandsche Pacific Petroleum Maatschappij, Medan, Sumatra; also deposited in the micropaleontologic collection of the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo.; cotype, no. 1377.

Current identification/main database link: Dentoglobigerina baroemoenensis (LeRoy, 1939)


Original Description
This variety differs from the original by exhibiting four chambers of nearly equal size in the last whorl.

Size: Height 0.48 mm., width 0.40 mm. thickness, 0.35 mm.

Extra details from original publication
The form is frequently found in the Lower Palembang and Telisa. Rare in the Middle Palembang.

References:

LeRoy, L. W. (1944b). Miocene foraminifera from Sumatra and Java, Netherlands East Indies, part 1. Miocene foraminifera of central Sumatra, Netherlands East Indies. Colorado School of Mines Quarterly. 39(3): 1-69. gs


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