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marine protozoan having a rounded shell with spiny processes

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The results of present study are purely based on the cluster analyses of the morphological features of planktic species Globigerina bulloides on the assumption that each morphospecies of planktonic Foraminifera represents a genetically continuous species with a unique habitat.
quinqueloba differs from other Globigerina species encountered in having five subglobular chambers, slightly flattened radially, in the final whorl.
3 m), Globigerina bulloides (ra), Globigerina praebulloides (co), Globigerinita naparimaensis (ra), Globigerinoides trilobus (ra), Globoquadrina altispira (ra), Globoquadrina dehiscens (ra), Globorotalia continuosa (ra), Globorotalia cf.
In cores 25-1 and 25-2 I have recognized Bolli's Quaternary Globorotalia crassaformis viola, Globorotalia crassaformis hessi, Globigerina calida calida, Globigerina bermudezi, and Globorotalia fimbriata Subzones (Bylinskaya et al.
All buildings are of the local yellow-coloured globigerina limestone, many with the traditional balconies that can be spotted all over the island.
The highest abundance of Globigerina bulloides, for instance, is generally found in the mid range of surface water temperatures, from about 10 to 25 [degrees] C, with highest abundances at about 17 [degrees] C.
The planktic foraminifera include genera of Globorotalia Globigerina andPlanorotalites and their abundance ranges from 10 to 20 % of the total allochems.
They are gray to green and contain benthic (miliolids, Nummulites, Neorotalia, Elphidium, Operculina, Amphistegina and textularids) and planktonic (Paragloborotalia mayeri and Globigerina spp.
Edad geologica: Los microfosiles plantonicos cercanos al techo (tajo cercano a 366,0-492,0), tales como Globigerina praebulloides praebulloides, G.
Also, the number of marine microorganisms in seafloor sediment--in particular, that of a species called Globigerina bulloides--indicates the upwelling of nutrient-rich waters, another measure of wind shear at the ocean's surface.