CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Blefuscuiana laculata subsp. laculata Banner, Copestake, & White 1993

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Higher levels: pf_cat -> B -> Blefuscuiana -> Blefuscuiana laculata laculata
Other pages this level: B. albiana, B. aptiana depressa, B. aptiana implana, B. aptiana orientalis, B. daminiae, B. excelsa cumulus, B. globigerinelloides lobulata, B. hexacamerata, B. kuznetsovae, B. laculata, B. laculata alobata, B. laculata laculata, B. mitra, B. multicamerata, B. occulta perforocculta, B. occulta quinquecamerata, B. praesimilis, B. rudis, B. speetonensis, B. speetonensis tunisiensis, B. whittakeri,

Blefuscuiana laculata laculata

Citation: Blefuscuiana laculata subsp. laculata Banner, Copestake, & White 1993
Rank: sub-species
Type locality: Central North Sea Well 20/2-2, 8680 ft (holtype & paratype)
Type level: Early Barremian.
Holotype Repository: London, UK; NHM
Holotype number: P52724 & P52725 (paratype)

Current identification/main database link: Blefuscuiana laculata Banner, Copestake, & White, 1993
Notes: The name Blefuscuiana laculata subsp. laculata Banner, Copestake, & White 1993 was not explicitly introduced by them but is the correct term under the ICZN for the sub-species which they described as Blefuscuiana laculata sensu stricto


Original Description
Blefuscuiana laculata (sensu stricto).
Diagnosis. Characterised by having a roughly quadrangular test outline, an open umbilicus, and intercameral sutures at the periphery of the test which form angles of about 120-135 degrees; the test surface lacks perforation cones.

Extra details from original publication
SYNONYM.  1979 Clavihedbergella eocretacea Neagu; Sigal: 290; pl. 3, figs. 31, ?30
REMARKS. B. laculata s.s. closely resembles P. sigali s.s. (see above) with which it occurs, the only significant difference being the number of chambers in the final whorl abutting the umbilicus (5 and 4 respectively; compare PI. 3, figs. 1- 2 with PI. 2, fig. 2). The oldest known occurrence of both taxa is Early Barremian. The refore, it seems likely that P. sigali s.s. gave rise to B. laculata s.s. shortly after the former taxon's first appearance; P. sigali s.s. itself ranges up to the Late Aptian.
DISTRIBUTION. Central North Sea (wells); sub-seabed Atlantic, offshore Portugal (DSDP Site 398).
STRATIGRAPHY. Sigal (1979) believed that this form was confined to the Barremian stage (as characterised by ammonites) in DSDP Site 398 (200 km off the coast of Portugal). We record it from the Early Barremian of the Central North Sea.

References:

Banner, F.T.; Copestake, P. & White, M.R., (1993). Barremian-Aptian Praehedbergellidae of the North Sea area: a reconnaisance. Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, London (Geology), 49: 1-30.

Sigal 1979 [sorry, not in our bibliography yet]


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Le Coze

I do not think Banner et al. intended to create a subsp. see p. 12-13

Banner, F. T.; Copestake, P.; White, M. R. (1993). Barremian-Aptian Praehedbergellidae of the North Sea area: a reconnaisance. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Geology. 49: 1-30., available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/112791#page/279/

+ no brackets

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Jeremy Young (UK)

the ICZN is reasonably clear that in this type of case the name is automatically introduced, so i have addd a note to that effect.

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