CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina praedigitata Parker 1967

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Globigerina praedigitata

Citation: Globigerina praedigitata Parker 1967
Rank: species
Type locality: CAP 38 BP, 579-582 cm. Lat 14°16'S., long. 119°11'W., 3400 m; Pacific Ocean.
Type age (chronostrat): Lower Pliocene, Banner and Blow Zone N.19.
Type specimens: USNM No. 643000.
Type repository: Washington; USNM

Linked specimens: USNM-431245 USNM-643002 USNM-431244 USNM-643003 USNM-431243 USNM-643001 USNM-643000

Current identification/main database link: Beella praedigitata (Parker, 1967)


Original Description
Test medium in size with broadly rounded periphery, lobulate, chambers often irregularly placed; chambers rounded or club- shaped, inflated, up to 14 or 15 in number, 4 to 5 in the last-formed whorl; sutures depressed; wall thin, spinose or almost smooth with only the rounded spine bases protruding; aperture often irregularly shaped, narrow to semicircular, marginal or interiomarginal, with a lip of varying width.

Size: Largest diameter about 0.6 mm.

Extra details from original publication
Remarks: This species is close to G. digitata, only differing in not having the long, pointed digitate chambers. Many of the specimens seen in an assemblage of G. digitata are identical, especially juvenile forms. This new species is never common in any one sample. It occurs first in samples from Zone N.17 but, since little material from Zone N.16 was seen, the position of its first appearance is uncertain. It was replaced by G. digitata either at the base of the Pleistocene or somewhat higher.

References:

Parker, F. L. (1967). Late Tertiary biostratigraphy (planktonic foraminifera) of tropical Indo-Pacific deep-sea cores. Bulletins of American Paleontology. 52(235): 115203-. gs


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