Globigerina


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Globigerina

ooze the CALCAREOUS mud that occurs on the sea bed as a result of the aggregation of the shells of dead Foraminifera, Globigerina being the commonest genus of shell present.
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This type is characterized by an association of pelagic foraminifera (i.e., Globigerina, Globigerinoides and Globorotalia), small benthic foraminifera (i.e., Ammonia beccarii andNeorotalia viennoti), Ditrupa, ostracoda and small quartz grains.
Malmgren, "Relationship between late quaternary upwelling history and coiling properties of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma and Globigerina bulloides in the Arabian Sea," Journal of Foraminiferal Research, vol.
quinqueloba differs from other Globigerina species encountered in having five subglobular chambers, slightly flattened radially, in the final whorl.
11 (ra), Epistomina umbonifera (ra), Floriluspizzarense (ab at 515.0 m, 661.4-652.3 m), Globigerina bulloides (ra), Globigerina praebulloides (co), Globigerinita naparimaensis (ra), Globigerinoides trilobus (ra), Globoquadrina altispira (ra), Globoquadrina dehiscens (ra), Globorotalia continuosa (ra), Globorotalia cf.
(1977): Discovery of a planktonic foraminiferal association between the Abathomphalus mayaroensis zone and the "Globigerina" eugubina zone at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in the Barranco del Gredero (Caravaca, SE Spain): a preliminary report.
clyndracea, Lepidocyclina (Nephrolepidina spp.), Nummulites intermedius/fichteli, Heterostegina sp., Schlombergerina sp., Triloculina trigonula, Eulepidina dilatata, Rotalia sp., Bolivina sp., Paragloborotalia mayeri, Globigerina spp.
Por su parte, Schmidt-Effing (1974) describe una seccion geologica que contiene hacia la base amonites en una lutita fina, con presencia de foraminireros bentonicos, pero en su mayoria de plantonicos como Gumbelina sp., Pseudotextularia sp., Globigerina sp., tambien contiene Globotruncana de los grupos lapparenti y ganseri, que indican una edad Campaniana-Maastrichtiana.
Edad geologica: Los microfosiles plantonicos cercanos al techo (tajo cercano a 366,0-492,0), tales como Globigerina praebulloides praebulloides, G.