This page provides data from the catalog of type descriptions. The catalog is sorted alphabetically. Use the current identification link to go back to the main database.
|Grimsdaleinella spinosa Bolli 1959|
Current identification/main database link:
Test free; chambers inflated, biserially arranged throughout or planispiral in early stage and biserial in adult stage, tapering into distinct spines. Sutures depressed; wall calcareous, finely perforate; surface smooth or hispid or striate; aperture interiomarginal, an arch or an asymmetrical comma-shaped slit extending up the apertural face, usually placed more towards one side of the test.
Etymology: The genus is named for F. Grimsdale in recognition of his contributions on the value and use of planktonic Foraminifera as stratigraphic index fossils.
Extra details from original publication
Observed stratigraphie range. - Turonian and/or Coniacian.
Remarks. Grimsdaleinella, n.gen. differs from Chiloguembelina Loeblich & Tappan in possessing chambers with distinct, tapering spines. Grimsdaleinella does not have the apertural necklike extension which is typical for Chiloguembelina. It differs from Heterohelix Ehrenberg in having its chambers tapering into distinct spines.
Grimsdaleinella compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 29-11-2020
Short stable page link: http://mikrotax.org/pforams/index.php?id=131551 Go to Archive.is to create a permanent copy of this page - citation notes