CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globotruncana lunaris Masters 1976

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Globotruncana lunaris

Citation: Globotruncana lunaris Masters 1976
Rank: Species
Type locality: 53 above river level at Hatchers Bluff, at mile 201.50 of the Alabama River, Dallas County, Alabama. US Army Corps of Engineers Navigation Charts, 1956.
Type age: Lower Campanian
Type sample and level: Mooreville Chalk,
Holotype Repository: Washington; USNM
Type & figured specimens: 184905

Linked specimens: USNM-184905 USNM-184905 USNM-184904 USNM-184904 USNM-184903

Current identification/main database link: Contusotruncana plummerae (Gandolfi, 1955)


Original Description
"Test trochospiral, lobate, nearly equally biconvex. Periphery with a strong, beaded, wide, double keel. The last whorl typically of 4-5 moderately inflated chambers. Dorsally unarched chambers elongate and crescent-shaped with a wide, imperforate, lunate area adjacent to and sloping sharply toward the inner margin of the previous chamber. Ventrally chambers elongate with an imperforate carina bordering a wide, deep umbiliculus. Wall imperforate surfaces irregularly pustulose. Sutures on dorsal side strongly curved and raised, ventrally slightly curved to radial, depressed. Aperture interiomarginal, umbilical in position."

References:

Masters, B. A. (1976). Planktonic foraminifera from the Upper Cretaceous Selma group, Alabama. Journal of Paleontology. 50(2): 318-330. gs


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