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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Biglobigerinella Lalicker 1948

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> B -> Biglobigerinella
Other pages this level: Badriella, Bandyus, Beella, Berggrenia, Bermudeziana, Biglobigerinella, Biorbulina, Biticinella, Blefuscuiana, Blowellus, Blowiella, Bolivina, Bolliella, Bollitruncana, Braunella, Bucherina

Biglobigerinella algeriana ten Dam and Sigal 1949
= Planohedbergella multispina
Biglobigerinella barri Bolli, Loeblich and Tappan 1957
= Globigerinelloides barri
Biglobigerinella kerisensis Suleymanov 1966

Biglobigerinella multispina Lalicker 1948
= Planohedbergella multispina
Biglobigerinella pulchra Suleymanov 1966

Biglobigerinella sigali Chevalier 1961
= Globigerinelloides barri


Citation: Biglobigerinella Lalicker 1948
taxonomic rank: Genus
Type species: Biglobigerinella multispina Lalicker 1948

Current identification:

Original Description

Test small, trochoid in the early stage at least in the microspheric form, planispiral and involute; chambers in the early stage globular, in the adult stage the last-formed chambers are flattened and the last one is globular, in the adult stage the last-formed chambers are flattened and the last one is divided into two globular chambers, one on each side of the plane of coiling; sutures distinct, depressed; wall calcareous, perforate, with tiny short spines on the exterior; aperture consisting of a low slit-like arch at the base of each of the last chambers, usually quite indistinct.

Extra details from original publication
Discussion. The most interesting character of this genus is the development of the paired chambers, one on each side of the
plane of coiling in the adult growth stage. The last chamber becomes broad and flattened before dividing along the plane of coiling into two chambers. In most specimens which have reached the adult growth stage, there is only one pair of chambers, but the next to the last chamber is usually partially divided, and the others near the end are broad and somewhat flattened.


Lalicker, C. G. (1948). A new genus of Foraminifera from the Upper Cretaceous. Journal of Paleontology. 22: 624-. gs


Biglobigerinella compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 18-4-2024

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