CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina linaperta subsp. transdanubica Samuel 1972

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> G -> Globigerina -> Globigerina linaperta transdanubica
Other pages this level: << < G. intermedia, G. isahayensis, G. jurassica, G. juvenilis, G. kelleri, G. khadumica, G. kochi, G. kondoi, G. konkensis, G. kozlowskii, G. krosniensis, G. kugleri, G. kyushuensis, G. labiacrassata, G. linaperta, G. linaperta transdanubica, G. linaperta turgida, G. loetterli, G. lozanoi, G. macrastoma, G. marialuisae, G. mckannai, G. medizzai, G. megastoma, G. megastoma cariacoensis, G. mexicana, G. microfoliata, G. micropora, G. microstoma, G. microstoma opsionepenthoides, G. minutula, > >>

Globigerina linaperta transdanubica

Citation: Globigerina linaperta subsp. transdanubica Samuel 1972
Rank: sub-species

Current identification/main database link: Subbotina angiporoides (Hornibrook 1965)


Original Description
"The test is large; the last whorl consists of three chambers. The last covers almost 2/3 of the test diameter. The initial whorls are small and they do not surpass the plane of the surface of the lat chambers. The aperture is intraumbilical, extraumbilical, with a distinct lip. "Description.- The large test consists of 2Â_-3 whorls. The initial 1Â_-2 whorls are very small, coiled in a very low trochospire. They do not surpass the plane of the surface of chambers in the last whorl. The last whorl consists of three rapidly enlarging chambers, the last of which covers almost 2/3 of diameter. Dorsal and ventral intercameral sutures are deep, slightly curved. The equatorial periphery is lobate; the axial broadly curved. The umbilicus is small and shallow. The aperture is narrow, elongated on the base of the last chamber - intraumbilical, extraumbilical, with a distinct lip. The wall is calcareous, coarsely perforate as in Globigerina linaperta linaperta Finlay, 1939, from which it desdended. Size: diameter 0.3-0.54 mm., height 0.28-0.42 mm.

References:

Samuel, O. (1972). Planktonic Foraminifera from the Eocene in the Bakony mountains (Hungary). Zborník geologických vied, séria Západné Karpaty. 17: 165-206. gs :: ::


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