Atlas of Benthic Foraminifera from China Seas: The Bohai Sea by Yanli Lei, Tiegang Li

By Yanli Lei, Tiegang Li

This atlas supplies a accomplished account at the benthic foraminiferal fauna within the China Seas, in particular at the Bohai and the Yellow Seas. information of approximately 183 species, subjected to five orders, fifty two households and ninety two genera are integrated. for every species there's a short description of the morphological features, synonymised names, measurements and geographical distribution around the world, in addition to a top-level dependent plate illustrated the fossil and stay specimens. it may be used as a reference booklet for researchers operating at marine biology, marine geology, micropaleontology, paleoceanography, paleobiology and comparable fields.

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Scale bars = 100 µm Family Ammosphaeroidinidae Cushman, 1927 17 Family Ammosphaeroidinidae Cushman, 1927 Genus Cribrostomoides Cushman, 1910 Cribrostomoides subglobosa (Cushman, 1910) (Figs. 4, 5) Cribrostomoides subglobosa (Cushman, 1910) a b c f d e g Fig. 4 a–g Cribrostomoides subglobosa (Cushman, 1910), two specimens showing morphological variabilities. a–c From the same specimen. d–g Another specimen. Scale bars = 200 µm 18 Order Textulariida Delage et Hérouard, 1896 Cribrostomoides subglobosa (Cushman, 1910) c b a e d g h f i Fig.

11–13; pl. XXXVII, Figs. 1–4; pl. CXVII, Fig. 10. Family Discamminidae Mikhalevich, 1980 25 Ammoscalaria pseudospiralis (Williamson, 1858) a b c Fig. 8 a–c Ammoscalaria pseudospiralis (Williamson, 1858), same specimen with different side of views. Scale bar = 100 µm 26 Order Textulariida Delage et Hérouard, 1896 Ammoscalaria pseudospiralis (Williamson, 1858) a b c Fig. 9 a–c Ammoscalaria pseudospiralis (Williamson, 1858), another specimen with different side of views. /g sed. Distribution Yellow Sea, East China Sea, South China Sea, Xisha Islands.

Cribrostomoides canariensis (d’Orbigny, 1839). Nonionina canariensis d’Orbigny, 1839, p. 128, pl. 11, Figs. 33, 34. Haplophragmoides canariensis (d’Orbigny), Cushman, 1910a, p. 101, Fig. 149; 1920, p. 38, pl. 8, Fig. 1; Loeblich & Tappan, 1964, p. C225, Fig. , 1965, p. 57, pl. I, Fig. , 1967. p. 18, pl. 5, Fig. 4; text Fig. 7; Towe, 1967, p. 147–151, pl. 12, pl. , 1969, p. 343; Matoba, 1970, p. 35, pl. 1, Fig. 6a, b; Echols, 1971, pl. 3, Fig. 2; Le Calvez, 1974, pp. 35, 36; Micropaleontology Group in Marine Geology Department of Tongji University, 1978, p.

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