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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Parvularugoglobigerina alticonusa Li et al. 1995

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Other pages this level: P. alticonusa, P. perexigua

Parvularugoglobigerina alticonusa

Citation: Parvularugoglobigerina alticonusa Li et al. 1995
Rank: Species
Type sample (& lithostrat): DSDP Hole 152-32-10-1, 140-143cm,
Type age (chronostrat): P. eugubina Zone.
Type locality: Caribbean

Current identification:


Original Description

Test small, high trochospiral, chambers subglobular, four in the final whorl, wall smooth to weakly pustulate, early part sometimes with pore mounds, aperture elongate, extending obliquely from the base of last chamber near the umbilicus to the apertural face, with a distinct lip.

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Extra details from original publication
Remarks. This species is proposed to include forms described by authors as Globigerina minutula (Luterbacher & Premoli Silva) which, however, is a medium-spired, cancellate form. 

Editors' Notes

References:

Li, Q., McGowran, B. & Boersma, A. (1995). Early Palaeocene Parvularugoglobigerina and late Eocene Praetenuitella: does evolutionary convergence imply similar habitat? Journal of Micropalaeontology. 14: 119-134. gs V O


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