CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Turborotalia (Acarinina) alteconica Samuel 1972

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> T -> Turborotalia (Acarinina) -> Turborotalia (Acarinina) alteconica
Other pages this level: T. (Acarinina) alteconica, T. (Acarinina) istropolitana, T. (Acarinina) vicespinuloinflata

Turborotalia (Acarinina) alteconica

Citation: Turborotalia (Acarinina) alteconica Samuel 1972
Rank: Species

Current identification/main database link: Acarinina rohri (Bronnimann & Bermudez 1953)


Original Description
"Diagnosis.- The test is biconvex. In the last whorl are 4-5 chambers of angular-subangular peripheries. The semi arcuate aperture with an distinct lip is on the base of the last chamber. "Description.- The test consists of 2Â_ - 3 whorls of 4-5 slowly enlarging chambers in the last whorl. The dorsal side is high conical. The ventral chambers are subconical. The equatorial profile is subcircular; the periphery lobate. The axial periphery is subangular, or occasionally angular. The intraspiral and intracameral sutures are deep; the intracameral short or curved. The ventral sutures are radial, deep. The umbilicus is broad, deep. The aperture is intromarginal, umbilical - extraumbilical; semi-arcuate, with indistinct lip.

Editors' Notes
original combination not double checked

References:

Samuel, O. (1972b). Planktonic Foraminifera from the Eocene in the Bakony mountains (Hungary). Zborník geologických vied, séria Západné Karpaty. 17: 165-206. gs


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