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CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Rosalina stuarti de Lapparent 1918

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Rosalina stuarti

Citation: Rosalina stuarti de Lapparent 1918
taxonomic rank: Species
Type age (chronostrat): Maastrichtian
Type locality: La pointe Sainte-Anne, region dHendaye, Pyrenees occidentales, France.
Type repository: Not given

Current identification/main database link: Globotruncanita stuarti (de Lapparent, 1918)


Original Description

Translated from French: Foraminifer belonging to the Family Globigerinidae, consisting of three to four whorls, six to seven chambers per whorl, with a well-marked keel, but without a carinal band. Each chamber is made of two perforate walls , joining one another along the keel and separated from each other by a portion of the imperforate band that shapes a partition in which the aperture is located. The chamber periphery is linear in shape, except that of the first whorl, where the outline in lobate. Chamber walls more or less undulated

References:

de Lapparent, J. (1918). Etude lithologique des terrains cretaces de la region d’Hendaye. Mémoires pour servir à l'explication de la carte géologique détaillée de la France. 1-155. gs


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François

Correct ref: Lapparent, J. de, 1918, Etude lithologique des terrains crétacés de Ia région d'Hendaye, Mémoires pour servir à l'explication de la carte géologique détaillée de la France, pp. 1-155.

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Jeremy Young(UK)

very belated thanks!