CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina bulloides var. borealis Brady 1881 lectotype designated by Banner & Blow 1960

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Globigerina bulloides borealis

Citation: Globigerina bulloides var. borealis Brady 1881 lectotype designated by Banner & Blow 1960
Rank: variety
Type locality: Arctic Ocean; Station 59Z Lat. 65° 47·5' N., Long. 3° 7' W; depth 1862 fathoms; temperature at the bottom 1·2° Cent.'' (about 34° Fahr.).
Type age: Holocene
Type sample and level: Calcareous ooze
Holotype Repository: London, UK; NHM
Type & figured specimens: 1959.7.1.1. (lectotype)
Description on pages: 69

Linked specimens: London, UK; NHM (1959.7.1.1)

Current identification/main database link: Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (Ehrenberg, 1861)


Original Description
The Globigerinae are all of the minute, subglobular, thick-shelled, arctic type, which may be fitly named Gl. Dutertrei, var. borealis.

Extra details from original publication

FROM BANNER & BLOW 1960
This form was originally recognised by Brady in material collected by the Austro- Hungarian North-Polar Expedition during the years 1875-1876. He regarded it as a "thick-walled, cold-water, variety"" of Globigerina bulloides d'Orbigny, and in 1882, named it ""variety borealis nov."" However, this proposal was, unfortunately, predated by his subsequently written but earlier published work which appeared in 1881 and the taxon ""borealis"" must date from this year. Subsequently, Brady (1884) considered that G. bulloides vat. borealis was a synonym of Globigerina pachyderma (Ehrenberg), a species which was also recorded from northern latitudes, and which may be seen from Ehrenberg's original illustration (1873, pl. 1, fig. 4) to be tumid and thick walled. We would prefer to retain Brady's name "borealis" for this form since Ehrenberg's illustration does not wholly agree with Brady's species; a re-investigation of Ehrenberg's material is necessary before this problem can be satisfactorily solved.

The lectotype of Globigerina bulloides d'Orbigny var. borealis Brady 1881 (here designated) came from a series of specimens mounted by Brady in a single-slide, labelled ""North-Polar Expedition, 1875-1876; most northern sounding, latitude 83 19' N, depth 72 fathoms,"" and registered in the British Museum (Natural History) as specimens numbers ""1955:10:28: 1008-20."" The lectotype is now registered in the British Museum (Natural History) as number 1959.7.1.1.

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References:

Banner, F. T. & Blow, W. H. (1960a). Some primary types of species belonging to the superfamily Globigerinaceae. Contributions from the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research. 11: 1-41. gs :: ::

Brady, H. B. (1881b). On some Arctic Foraminifera from soundings obtained on the Austro-Hungarian North-Polar Expedition of 1872-1874. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Series 5. 8: 393-418. gs :: ::


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