Catalog - Globigerinoides hyalinus Catalog - Globigerinoides hyalinus

CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerinoides hyalinus Hofker 1956

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Globigerinoides hyalinus

Citation: Globigerinoides hyalinus Hofker 1956
taxonomic rank: Species
Type sample (& lithostrat): Horizon d of the beds at Maastricht
Type age (chronostrat): Dano-Paleocene age [same ref. p. 52]
Type locality: Not designated
Type repository: Haarlem, Netherlands Geological Survey

Current identification:


Original Description

Small, irregularly coiled tests with more than one sutural opening in the last-formed chamber. Wall finely porous, extremely thin and hyaline. No umbilical hollow.

References:

Hofker, J. (1956b). Foraminifera from the Cretaceous of southern Limburg, Netherlands; XIX - Planctonic foraminifera of the chalk tuff of Maestricht and environments. Maandblad. 45(5-6): +53+-. gs


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