Foraminiferal Genera and Their Classification
Studies with the foraminiferida have often been hindered by widely scattered, inaccessible sources. This two-volume reference (text in one volume, plates in the other) examines 3,568 of the world's generic taxa, representing all geologic ages. Covering twice the number of genera as any other available reference, it is by far the most complete source on the foraminiferida.
Family Group Taxa Based on Genera
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1-3 Type species agglutinated Albian apertural face aperture a low aperture interiomarginal aperture terminal arch areal basal Bermúdez bers biserial bordered Brönnimann Carboniferous carinate Cenomanian cham chamberlets chambers per whorl chomata Conil cosmopolitan Cretaceous curved Cushman d'Orbigny Devonian diameter discoidal early chambers early stage Eocene Eocene to Holocene equatorial figs final chamber final whorl finely perforate flattened genus granular Hofker Holocene hyaline ICZN Art imperforate inflated involute Jurassic later chambers layer lectotype Loeblich and Tappan Maastrichtian margin McCulloch microgranular Miocene name not available oblique OD(M Oligocene optically radial outer ovate Paleocene Permian planispiral planispirally enrolled Plate porcelaneous pores proloculus followed rectilinear Remarks Rhumbler Saidova Santonian septa septula slit spiral side streptospiral subfamily surface smooth sutures sutures radial Test elongate Test free Test small Test trochospiral thick thickened thin toothplate transl Triassic triserial tubular Type species umbilical side umbilicus uncoiled uniserial USSR Visean wall agglutinated wall calcareous