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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina kochi Caudri 1934

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Globigerina kochi

Citation: Globigerina kochi Caudri 1934
taxonomic rank: species
Type sample (& lithostrat): Rutten's Tonmergelformation oder Rutten's Sandmergel-Tuff Formation [Koch, 1923, op. cit., p. 31p].
Type age (chronostrat): Jung-Tertiare
Type locality: Kabu, Residentschaft Surabaja, Java [Koch, 1923, ibid. ].
Type repository: Basel; Naturhistorisches Museum, Basel, Schweiz [Koch, 1923, ibid.]. 8352

Current identification/main database link: Sphaeroidinellopsis kochi (Caudri, 1934)

Original Description

"It is a small, flat Globigerina, on the upper side of which a close somewhat excentric spiral is seen of small chambers, not easily to be distinguished one from another, while on the other side only 4 chambers are visible. These 4 chambers gradually increase in size from the earliest to the latest and the last chamber is slightly elongated horizontally which gives the test something the appearance of a strongly compressed G. sacculifera. There are, however, no supplementary apertures on the sutures. The four latest formed chambers lie round an undeep umbilicus; no aperture was observed. The fossils were not good enough to supply further details to Koch's original description."


Caudri, C. M. B. (1934). Tertiary Deposits of Soemba. H. J. Paris, Amsterdam. 1-225. gs


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