CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Neoacarinina Thompson 1973

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> N -> Neoacarinina
Other pages this level: Neoacarinidae, Neoacarinina, Neogloboquadrina, Neoschackoina, Nonion, Nonionina,

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Neoacarinina

Citation: Neoacarinina Thompson 1973
Rank: Genus
Type species: Neoacarinina blowi Thompson 1973

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Original Description
Test large, strongly inflated, composed of globigerine chambers; spiral side nearly flat; umbilical side strongly convex; umbilicus small and variable due to the variable shape of the final chamber, which may be quite large and extend over the umbilicus; wall calcareous, perforate, densely spinose; spines coarse, having a circular cross section, rod like, frequently multiple on the same spine base.

Etymology: The generic name Neoacarinina is proposed because of the great similarity of this form to the Paleogene genus Acarinina Subbotina, 1953.

Extra details from original publication
Occurrence: First discovered in the late Pleistocene of the Crozet Basin in the southwest Indian Ocean. Its range has not yet been determined

References:

Thompson, P.R., (1973). Two new late Pleistocene foraminifera from a core in the southwest Indian Ocean. Micropaleontology, 19: 469-474.


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Neoacarinina compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 27-5-2018

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