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Paleogene Larger Rotaliid Foraminifera from the Western and Central Neotethys

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By: Lukas Hottinger(Author)
200 pages, 123 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Paleogene Larger Rotaliid Foraminifera from the Western and Central Neotethys provides a representative assessment of the state of the art of research on Paleogene rotaliid larger foraminifera. It gives an overview of the current understanding of systematics of this group and, in particular, of its biostratigraphic importance and palaeobiogeography. The senior author of the work, late Prof Hottiger, a leading scientist in the field, both from a systematic and applied side, presents in this book his most recent advances. The foraminiferal family Rotaliidae is a traditional group used frequently which plays an important role for petroleum exploration in the biostratigraphy and palaeobiogeography of Paleogene shallow water deposits in the Middle East.

Paleogene Larger Rotaliid Foraminifera from the Western and Central Neotethys aims to introduce rotaliid representatives as index fossils that can be recognized in random thin-sections of cemented rocks. The book is generous illustrated with an unprecedented degree of accuracy. The selection of taxa is restricted to forms having lived in the Paleocene and the Eocene, where their biostratigraphic significance is much higher than during later epochs. However, some additional rotaliid taxa, from the Late Cretaceous or that do not belong to the family Rotaliidae sensu stricto, are included in this book in order to demonstrate particular roots of rotaliid phylogenetic lineages in the previous community maturation cycle or to delimit the taxon Rotaliidae with more precision. Paleogene Larger Rotaliid Foraminifera from the Western and Central Neotethys can be considered as a reference in the field.

Contents

Part I The rotaliid foraminifera

1          Rotaliid shell architecture and the palaeodiversity of the Lockhartia Sea

1.1 Lamellation theory (Smout 1954; Hansen 1999)

1.2 Elements of rotaliid architecture

1.3 Life strategies: an overview

1.4 Cyclical community maturation

1.5 Diversity in the Lockhartia Sea

2          The system of the Rotaliidae, an overview

2.1 Overview

2.2 Superfamily Rotaliacea Ehrenberg: family Rotaliidae Ehrenberg, 1839

2.3 Identification key to the Paleogene genera of the superfamily Rotaliacea

2.4 Identification key to some genera excluded from the Rotaliacea

2.5 Identification key for some rotaliids with single foramina and lacking umbilical plugs or umbos

2.6 Identification key for some rotaliid shells with multiple areal foramina

2.7 Identification key for some rotaliid shells of the family Victoriellidae

 

Part II Systematic palaeontology: Family Rotaliidae

3          Subfamily Rotaliinae Ehrenberg, 1839

            3.1 Rotorbinella Bandy, 1944

            3.2 Pyrenorotalia Boix et al., 2009

            3.3 Rotospirella n. gen.

3.4 Rotalia Lamarck, 1804

3.5 Medocia Parvati, 1971

4          New subfamily Redmondininae

            4.1 Redmondina Hasson, 1985

            4.2 Slovenites n. gen.

            4.3 Rotaliconus Hottinger, 2007

            4.4 Pachyrotalia n. gen.

5          New subfamily Lockhartiinae

5.1 Rotalispira n. gen.

5.2 Lockhartia Davies, 1932

5.3 Dictyoconoides Nuttall, 1925

5.4 Sakesaria Davies, 1937

5.4.1 Additional species or varieties of Sakesaria

6          New subfamily Kathininae

            6.1 Kathina Smout, 1954

            6.2 Dictyokathina Smout, 1954

            6.3 Plumokathina n. gen.

7          New subfamily Daviesininae

            7.1 Daviesina Smout, 1954

8          Some taxa that are or remain excluded from the family Rotallidae

            8.1 Neorotalia Bérmundez, 1952

8.2 Paralockhartia n. gen.

            8.3 New subfamily Laffitteininae

8.3.1 Laffitteina Marie, 1946

8.3.2 Cuvillierina Debourle, 1955

8.3.3 Smoutina Drooger, 1960

8.3.4 Storrsella Drooger, 1960

9          Rotaliid taxa with uncertain affinities

9.1 Rotaliid taxa without umbilical fills

9.1.1 Thalmannita Bérmundez, 1952

9.1.2 Civrieuxia Bérmundez, 1978

9.2 Rotaliid taxa with multiple foramina

9.2.1 Scarificatina Moorkens, 1982

9.2.2 Cincoriola Haque, 1958

9.2.3 Rahaghia n. gen.

9.3 Some rotaliids of the family Victoriellidae Chapman and Crespin, 1930

9.3.1 Gyroidinella Le Calvez, 1949

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