Foraminifera source details

Anan, H. S. (2002). Stratigraphy and paleobiogeography of some Frondiculariinae and Palmulinae (benthic foraminifera) in the Paleocene of Egypt (Misr). Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Paläontologie-Monatshefte. 10: 629-640.
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Anan, H. S.
2002
Stratigraphy and paleobiogeography of some Frondiculariinae and Palmulinae (benthic foraminifera) in the Paleocene of Egypt (Misr)
Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Paläontologie-Monatshefte
10: 629-640
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Twelve benthic foraminiferal species and subspecies are identified from the Paleocene succession (Dakhla Shale, Tarawan Chalk, Esna Shale formations) of Jabal Duwi, Qusseir area, Red Sea coast. Six species belong to the genus Frondicularia, three species to Palmula, one species each to Trisfix and Neoflabellina. Three species are new: Frondicularia bignoti, Tristix auberti and Palmula salimi. The identified taxa are located in the tropical-subtropical provinces. (Lat. 45 N - 30 S).
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Frondicularia bignoti Anan, 2002 † (original description)
Palmula salimi Anan, 2002 † (original description)
Tristix auberti Anan, 2002 † (original description)