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Atlas of Foraminifera of the Carboniferous and Permian (Cisuralian) of Uzbekistan and Adjacent Regions, Tien Shan

Series: Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume: 114
By: Olga Orlov-Labkovsky(Author), Faina R Bensh(Author)
301 pages, 89 plates with b/w photos; b/w illustrations, tables
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Language: English

The Atlas summarizes known and new data of the Carboniferous and Lower Permian Foraminifera of Uzbekistan and adjacent regions. The Atlas supplemented and corrected of the assemblages of 27 Foraminiferal Zones and regional substages of the Carboniferous (beginning with Serpukhovian Stage) and lower part of the Permian, questions of the boundary between Carboniferous and Permian systems and also mid-Carboniferous boundary. Descriptions of 109 fusulinoids species are presented. The Atlas includes 89 paleontological plates and shows the foraminiferal assemblages, including fusulinoids, in the stratigraphic succession from the Serpukhovian Stage of the Lower Carboniferous up to and including the Sakmarian Stage of the Lower Permian of the Middle and Southern Tien Shan in Central Asia.

Atlas of Foraminifera of the Carboniferous and Permian (Cisuralian) of Uzbekistan and adjacent regions, Tien Shan is of the interest and importance to paleontologists, stratigraphers and geologists, and who study the Carboniferous and Lower Permian deposits Uzbekistan and Tien Shan.

Contents

Introduction   9

1. Biostratigraphy based on the study of Carboniferous and Permian (Cisuralian) Foraminifera of the central and southern Tien Shan, Central Asia   11
1.1. A historical review of the study of Carboniferous and Lower Permian deposits and of the foraminiferal division of Central Asia   11
1.2. Reference Stratigraphic Sections   13
1.2.1. Serpukhovian – Lower Bashkirain   13
1.2.2. Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian   25
1.2.3. Upper Moscovian   27
1.2.4. Kasimovian – Gzhelian (Carboniferous), Asselian – Sakmarian (Lower Permian). Karachatyr Mountains, southern Fergana region   29
1.2.5. Kasimovian – Gzhelian (Carboniferous), Asselian (Lower Permian) Guzan   33
1.2.6. Kasimovian (Carboniferous), Baisuntau   33
1.2.7. Asselian (Lower Permian), southeastern slopes of Chatkal Range and Bosbutau Mountain   37
1.2.8. Sakmarian (Lower Permian), southeastern slopes of Chatkal Range and Bosbutau Mountain   37
1.3. Foraminiferal Sequence   39
1.3.1. Carboniferous   39
1.3.2. The Carboniferous/Permian boundary   45
1.3.3. Permian   47

2. Methods of study of Palaeozoic Foraminifera: taxonomic principles and criteria, representatives of the superorder Fusulinoida taken as an example   53
2.1. Introduction to Fusulinoida Fursenko, 1958   53
2.2. Structural and morphological features, their unification, development and taxonomic importance   54

3. Palaeontology of Foraminifera   69
Order Ozawainellida   69
   Family Eostaffellidae Mamet, 1968, emend. Reitlinger, 1969   69
   Family Pseudostaffellidae Putrja, 1956   73
Order Fusulinida   75
   Family Profusulinidae Solovieva, 1996   75
   Family Aljutovellidae Solovieva, 1996   77
   Family Fusulinidae Moeller, 1878   78
   Family Hemifusulinidae Putrja, 1956   79
   Family Fusulinellidae Staff & Wedekind, 1910   81
Order Schwagerinida   85
   Family Triticitidae Davydov, 1986   85
   Family Rugosofusulinidae Davydov, 1980   92
   Family Schwagerinidae Dunbar & Henbest   92
   Family Pseudofusulinidae Dutkevich, 1934, emend. Miklukho-Maclay, 1959   97

4. Atlas Plates and captions   101
Carboniferous   102
Serpukhovian   102
   Mashatian Substage   102
      Zone Biseriella parva – Neoarchaediscus regularis (Plates 1-2)  102
   Keltemashatian Substage   106
      Zone Eostaffellina protvae – Biseriella minima (Plates 3-4)   106
      Zone Eosigmoilina explicata – Loeblichia minima – Plectostaffella primitiva (Plates 5-6)   110
   Koikebiltauian Substage   114
      Zone Plectostaffella mira obtusa –Ikensieformis turkestanica (Plates 7-8)   114
Bashkirian   118
   Koikebiltauian Substage   118
      Zone Plectostaffella karsaklensis (Plates 9-10)   118
   Seslavian Substage   122
      Zone Plectostaffella jakhensis (Plates 11-12)   122
      Zone Plectostaffella longiscula – Plectostaffella rotunda (Plates 13-18)   126
   Uzunbulakian Substage   138
      Zone Pseudostaffella antiqua (Plates 19-20)   138
      Zone Pseudostaffella praegorskyi (Plates 21-22)   142
   Devatashkian Substage   146
      Zone Profusulinella primitiva – Ozawainella pararhomboidalis (Plates 23-24)   146
      Zone Verella spicata (Plates 25-26)   150
Moskovian   154
   Kokchinian Substage   154
      Zone Aljutovella aljutovica (Plates 27-28)   154
   Kelvasaian Substage   158
      Zone Priscoidella priscoidea – Priscoidella znensis (Plates 29-33)   158
      Zone Moellerites bedakensis – Fusulinella subpulchra (Plates 34-37)   168
   Akterekian Substage   176
      Zone Kamaina kamensis (Plates 38-40)   176
   Schunkmazarian Substage   182
      Zone Fusulina schwagerinoides (Plates 41-45)   182
Kasimovian   192
   Dzilginsaian Substage   192
      Zone Protriticites pseudomontiparus – Obsoletes obsoletus (Plates 46-49)   192
   Uchbulakian Substage   200
      Zone Montiparus montiparus (Plates 50-51)   200
      Zone Rauserites quasiarcticus – Ferganites ferganensis (Plates 52-56)   204
Gzhelian   214
   Dastarian Substage   214
      Zone Triticites rossicus – Rauserites stuckenbergi (Plates 57-59)   214
      Zone Daixina asiatica – Jigulutes corpulentus (Plates 60-61)   220
      Zone Ruzhenzevites ferganensis (Plates 62-64)   224
Permian   230
Asselian   230
   Kerkidokian Substage   230
      Zone Occidentoschwagerina alpina – Likharevites paranitidus (Plates 65-70)   230
      Zone Schwagerina moelleri – Nonpseudofusulina fecunda (Plates 71-78)   242
      Zone Sphaeroschwagerina glomerosa (Plates 79-84)   258
Sakmarian   270
   Dangibulakian Substage   270
      Zone Robustoschwagerina schellwieni (Plates 85-86)   270
   Ulukian Substage   274
      Zone Cuniculinella narynica (Plates 87-89)   274

Acknowledgments   281
References   283
Index to Latin names   295

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Series: Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume: 114
By: Olga Orlov-Labkovsky(Author), Faina R Bensh(Author)
301 pages, 89 plates with b/w photos; b/w illustrations, tables
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