Catalog - Globuligerina waskowskae

CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globuligerina waskowskae Gradstein, in Gradstein & Waskowska 2021

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> G -> Globuligerina -> Globuligerina waskowskae
Other pages this level: G. altissapertura, G. bathoniana australiana, G. bathoniana gigantea, G. calloviensis, G. caucasica, G. frequens, G. glinskikhae, G. gulekhensis, G. hungarica, G. meganomica, G. neilii, G. parva, G. parva Kuznetsova, G. stellapolaris, G. tojeiraensis, G. umbilicata, G. waskowskae

Globuligerina waskowskae

Citation: Globuligerina waskowskae Gradstein, in Gradstein & Waskowska 2021
Rank: Species
Type sample (& lithostrat): sample GN 6 in the lower part of the Gnaszyn section; grey and slightly sandy claystone with numerous bioclasts, mainly of mollusks shells
Type age (chronostrat): Morrisi Ammonite Zone Middle Bathonian
Type locality: Częstochowa area of Poland (Gradstein et al. 2017a, Figures 12 and 13)
Type repository: Krakow; European Micropalaeontology Reference Centre of the MicroPress Europe Foundation at AGH, Krakow, Poland.

Current identification/main database link: Globuligerina waskowskae Gradstein, in Gradstein & Waskowska 2021


Original Description

Test generally in the 100–150 μm range, with three whorls in a trochoid coil. The relatively small initial whorls stand in contrast to the large, final whorl with four chambers, regularly increasing in size. Our specimen photographs show the relatively flat spiral base of the last whorl. The axis of coiling tilts in the large penultimate chamber, resulting in progressive forward tilting over the umbilicus and culminating in crescentic shape of the other three chambers in the final whorl. Sutures depressed, aperture umbilical, a low and elongate arch to high arched, with a rim. Umbilicus closed. Wall microperforate, with many small pustules and scattered pore mounds.

Size:
100–150 μm range

Etymology:
The new species is named in honour of Dr. Anna Waskowska, who did the fieldwork, the sampling and the micropalaeontologic analysis leading to the discovery of this new and distinctive species.

Extra details from original publication
Discussion We only have observed this taxon in samples from the Gnaszyn outcrop section. It is not clear if this single locality occurrence is because its stratigraphic range might be short, or that it is endemic to this shallow marine basin of Poland.

Its distinctive test morphology points towards it as a potential forerunner of Conoglobigerina helvetojurassica (Haeusler) of the Middle Oxfordian of Switzerland and the Kimmeridgian of Portugal and France. The latter differs by its reticulate wall texture. Currently, we lack information on the occurrence of the new taxon in upper Bathonian through lower Oxfordian strata. As an example of morphological similarity, we show a picture on Fig. 2 nos. 9a, b of C. helvetojurassica from sample 24.2P from the lower Kimmeridgian Tojeira Formation, Montejunto Portugal. It is common in this sample, also rich in deeper marine epistominids such as E. mosquensis Uhlig. If it was without a reticulate wall texture, the Kimmeridgian specimens of C. helvetojurassica could readily be assigned to G. waskowskae nov. sp.

Editors' Notes

References:

Gradstein, F. & Waskowska, A. (2021). New insights into the taxonomy and evolution of Jurassic planktonic foraminifera. Swiss Journal of Palaeontology. 140(1): 1-12. gs V O

Gradstein, F. M., Gale, A. S., Kopaevich, L., Waskowska, A., Grigelis, A. & Glinskikh, L. (2017b). The planktonic foraminifera of the Jurassic. Part I: material and taxonomy. Swiss Journal of Palaeontology. 136(2): 187-257. gs V O


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