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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globigerina groenlandica Shchedrina 1946

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Globigerina groenlandica

Citation: Globigerina groenlandica Shchedrina 1946
taxonomic rank: species
Type age (chronostrat): Recent
Type locality: Station 4 (1935), in the Greenland Sea; lat. 76°21' N., long. 358°37 ' E.; depth 3000 m. Occurs in several deep-water stations in the Greenland Sea (2300- 2200 m. ).
Type repository: Depository not given. [Possibly deposited in the collections of the Arctic Scientific Research Institute, or in the Zoological Museum of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R., Leningrad.

Current identification/main database link: Turborotalita quinqueloba (Natland, 1938)

Original Description

Translation from the Russian: Test rounded, with a lobate peripheral margin, not high in the dorso-ventral direction. On the dorsal s ide there are 2-1/2 to 3 distinct, inflated spiral whorls, consisting of easily distinguishable hemispherical chambers. Septal and spiral sutures distinct, strongly depressed. On the ventral side there are 5 highly inflated spherical chambers, gradually increasing in size. Septal sutures on the ventral side also very distinct and strongly depressed. Wall thin, rough . Apertural opening in the central part of the ventral side, covered by a usually well devel oped, thin, triangular plate which is a continuation of the basal part of the last chamber.

Diameter 0.2-0.3 mm


Keijzer, F. G. (1945). Outline of the geology of the eastern part of the Province of Oriente, Cuba (E of 76° W.L.), with notes on the geology of other parts of the island. Publicaties uit het Geographisch en uit het Mineralogisch-Geologisch Instituut der Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, Physiographisch-Geologische Reeks, ser II,. 6: 1-239. gs

Shchedrina, Z. G. (1946). New species of foraminifera from the Arctic Ocean (in Russian). Trudy Articheskogo nauchno-issledo vatelskogo instituta. 3 (Biology): 139-148. gs


Globigerina groenlandica compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 23-5-2024

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