CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Acarinina primitiva Morozova 1961

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> A -> Acarinina -> Acarinina primitiva
Other pages this level: << < A. inaequiconica, A. indolensis, A. intermedia, A. interposita, A. kiewensis, A. mattseensis alticonica, A. mcgowrani, A. microsphaerica, A. multicamerata, A. multiloculata, A. pentacamerata acceleratoria, A. pentacamerata camerata, A. pentacamerata erevanensis, A. planodorsalis, A. praecursoria, A. primitiva, A. proxima, A. pseudosubsphaerica, A. pseudotopilensis, A. punctocarinata, A. quadratoseptata, A. rotundimarginata, A. rugosoaculeata, A. subintermedia, A. subpentacamerata, A. tadjikistanensis, A. triplex, A. umbilicata, A. vedica,

Acarinina primitiva

Citation: Acarinina primitiva Morozova 1961
Rank: species
Type locality: Tarkhankhut Peninsula, eastern Crimea, southern Russia. Also found in the Caucasus and on the Russian Platform.
Type level: Upper Danian (Michurino substage, or deposits with Acarinina), corresponding to the upper part of the Globigerina Stage of Western European authors, roof of the Dn2 III Zone (Globoconusa dau bjergensis-Acarinina indolensis Zone); in a gray marl. Also occurs in the lower Danian in the upper part of the underlying On 1 II Zone (Globigerina microcellulosa Zone). Thirty specimens.
Holotype Repository: Moscow, Inst. of Geol. Sci. of the Academy of Sciences
Holotype number: holotype (fig. l a-c) 3510/9

Current identification/main database link:


Original Description: Translation from the Russian. - Test small, bilaterally convex, the umbilical side somewhat more so than the spiral side. Outer margin rounded. In the last whorl are four to four and a half low chambers, quite strongly inflated and closely adjoining. Sutures weakly depressed. Umbilicus narrow. Aperture opens into the umbilicus. Wall finely spinose. Spines short; at the umbilical ends of the chamhers and on the periphery, at the start of the last whorl, they are still barely larger than on the rest of the test surface. Surface has a fine-textured roughness.

Size: holotype (fig. 1 a-c): Greatest diameter 0.35, least diameter 0.32, height 0.26 mm

Extra details from original publication: Variability. - This species is very variable in test shape and in the number of chambers in the last whorl. Besides the four-chambered forms, ones with five chambers are found. The chambers join either closely or more freely. Spiral side is either convex or markedly flattened.

Comparison
. - From Acarinina acarinata Subbotina the species described differs by its smaller dimensions and the globigerinoid form of the test. The differentiation in spinosity in it is expressed much more weakly than in the comparable species. The outer margin is rounded. The last whorl with its few chambers, the close arrangement of the chambers, and the weak differentiation in spinosity distinguish it from A. praecursoria Morozova.

References:

Morozova, V.G., (1961). Datsko-Montskie planktonnye foraminifery yuga SSSR [Danian-Montian Planktonic Foraminifera of the Southern USSR]. Paleontologicheskiy Zhurnal, 2(8-19).


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