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Rotalia deeckei

Citation: Rotalia deeckei Franke 1925
Rank: Species
Type locality: Jordanshutte auf Wollin, Pommern, Germany
Type age (chronostrat): Cenomanian
Type specimens: uncertain
Type repository: Greifswald; Institut der Universitat Greifswald

Current identification/main database link: Thalmanninella deeckei (Franke, 1925)

Original Description
Test circular. Spiral side flat with 2 1/1 -3 whorls, which enlarge rapidly in width. Last volution presents seven to ten narrow, distinctly bent chambers, the sutures of which stand apart as small borders. Umbilical side arched, wide, and with flat umbilicus, the latter with granules of a callus-like test surface. Border sharp, notched, and surrounded by a small ridge. Aperture an opening at the inner margin of the last chamber and slightly covered by a callus-like test material.


Franke, A. (1925). Die Foraminiferen der pommerschen Kreide. Abhandlugen der Geologischen-Palaeontologischen Inst, Greifswald Univ. 6: 1-96. gs


Rotalia deeckei compiled by the pforams@mikrotax project team viewed: 24-7-2021

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