CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Hedbergella intermedia Michael 1973

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> H -> Hedbergella -> Hedbergella intermedia
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Hedbergella intermedia

Citation: Hedbergella intermedia Michael 1973
Rank: Species
Type locality: Intersection of Calais, Westover Drive, and Firth Road at the southwestern edge of Westover Hills, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, north-central Texaas; Fredericksburg Group, Kiamichi Formation; also occurs in the overlying Duck Creek and Fort Worth Formation
Type age: Hedbergella implicata Subzone of the Favusella washitensis Assemblage Zone
Type sample and level: sample K. 18; Kiamichi Formation.
Holotype Repository: Washington; USNM
Type & figured specimens: Plate 2, figs. 7-9; Holotype: USNM 172787; Paratypes: USNM 172788; Paratypes: F.M. 4; PesĀ­ sagno Collection, University of Texas at Dallas.

Linked specimens: USNM-172788 USNM-172787

Current identification/main database link: Microhedbergella intermedia (Michael, 1973)


Original Description
Test small to medium; pores large relative to size of test, widely separated and evenly distributed over test surface; coiling relatively compact; chambers subglobular to subspherical; increasing gradually in size as added and arranged in a low trochospire of about two and one half volutions; usually six chambers in the last whorl; final chamber offset toward umbilicus; sutures distinct, deep radial and straight; umbilicus small; primary aperture interiomarginal, umbilical to extraumbilical, portici small, sounded, spatulate, rarely preserved."

Etymology: from intermedius-a-um (Latin) =intermediate or moderate.

Extra details from original publication
Remarks: H. intermedia, n. sp., is characterized by features that are intermediate between those of H. im­plicata and H. punctata. All three species have the same unique pore pattern. The chambers of H. intermedia are not as spherical as those of H. punctata and are not as ovate, lobe-shaped, and overlapping as those of H. implicata. The test is generally circular in outline.
Range: Upper Albian, Favusella washitensis Assem­ blage Zone, Hedbergella implicata Subzone and lower part of H. punctata Subzone.
Occurrence: This species is common in the Kiamichi and Duck Creek Formations and rare in the Fort Worth Formation of North Central Texas.

Editors' Notes
Journal part dated 1972 but appeard in 1973

References:

Michael, F. Y. (1973). Planktonic foraminifera from the Comanchean Series (Cretaceous) of Texas. Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 2 (1972)(4): 200-220. gs :: ::


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