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Diagnosis: Initial stage planispiral, later triserial followed by biserial stage, the biserial stage may be crowned with uniserial final stage, aperture on distinct neck with lip and imperforate cover plate (tegillum).
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Remarks: This new subfamily differs from the Heterohelicinae Cushman in having early planispiral stage followed successively by tri-, bi- and uniserial stages and by having a terminal aperture on a distinct neck with lip and non-porous cover plate. It also differs from members of the Guembelitriinae Montanaro Gallitelli in having a planispiral initial part and triserial stage followed by biserial and uniserial stages, in the characters of the aperture, and in lacking quadriserial arrangement.
Elhasaeliinae compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 28-11-2021
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