Charliella rossae n. gen., n. sp., from the Tethyan realm: Remarks on the evolution of Late Permian biseriamminids

2001-10-01
ALTINER, Demir
Altıner, Sevinç
The name Charliella is proposed for a new biseriam-minid genus characterized by a four-layered wall that I thickens along the anterior side of the septa and partially occludes the chamber cavity. Charliella rossae was derived from the Globivalvulina graeca-Globivalvulina vonderschmitti lineage which also constituted the root stock of true Paraglobivalvulina (P mira) in Late Permian time. The Globivalvulina decrouezae-Septoglobival-vulina gracilis-Paraglobivalvulinoides septulifer lineage is another trend in the evolution of biseriamminids. The recognition of such a lineage in the Late Permian necessitates taxonomic revision of the biseriamminids to attribute globular and involute forms with thin and undifferentiated walls to Septoglobivalvulina, a genus which was synonymized under Paraglobivalvulina in previous work.

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D. ALTINER and S. Altıner, “Charliella rossae n. gen., n. sp., from the Tethyan realm: Remarks on the evolution of Late Permian biseriamminids,” JOURNAL OF FORAMINIFERAL RESEARCH, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 309–314, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/39873.