CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Globospina Popescu & Crihan 2011

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Globospina

Citation: Globospina Popescu & Crihan 2011
Rank: Genus
Type species: Globospina banatica Popescu & Crihan 2011

Current identification/main database link:


Original Description: Test small to medium; chambers globular, initially trochospiral, then streptospiral; periphery rounded, peripheral outline lobulate to subcircular; sutures distinct; surface cancellate with regular subhexagonal pore pits separated by interpore ridges; large, sometimes massive cylindrical spines irregularly distributed on the surface; aperture interiomarginal with or without apertural rim or lip, may be provided with sutural secondary openings.

Extra details from original publication:

Etymology: arbitrary name, feminine gendre.

Remarks: The primary aperture is covered by a large, well-developed chamber (bulla) with smooth, porulate surface, but preserving the most distinctive feature of the test, the long spines. Differs from Polyperibola Liska, 1980 by its cancellate surface and the presence of spines.

References:

Popescu, G. & Crihan, I.-M., (2011). Middle Miocene Globigerinas of Romania. Acta Paleontologica Romaniae, 7: 291-314.


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