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Test free, trochospiral, biconvex, but with the spiral side the more flattened; umbilicus small, distinct; periphery rounded, peripheral outline quadrilobate; chambers inflated, spherical, compressed; 12 chambers in just over two whorls; five in the first whorl and four in the final whorl increasing very rapidly in size; sutures on both umbilical and spiral sides distinct and curved; wall calcareous, distinctly perforate; aperture a low distinct arch, umbilical, extending a short way toward the periphery.
Size: Greatest diameter of holotype 0 . 25 mm.
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Remarks. - Globorotalia saginata appears to be related to Globorotalia obesa Bolli but differs from this species in having a more rapid increase in size of the chambers of the final whorl and in having a more umbilical aperture.
Globorotalia saginata compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 15-4-2021
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