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Matsumaru, K. (2017). Larger Foraminifera from the Philippine Archipelago. Micropaleontology. 63 (2–4): 77–253.
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Matsumaru, K. (2017). Larger Foraminifera from the Philippine Archipelago. Micropaleontology. 63 (2–4): 77–253
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Nineteen successive larger foraminiferal assemblage zones of Late Cretaceous to Quaternary age are recognized in 265 stratigraphically positioned samples from 15 islands of the Philippine Archipelago, based on the biostratigraphic relationship of 192 age-diagnostic larger foraminifera species, including 19 new species and 8 new genera, together with 64 species of associated planktonic foraminifera. The following new taxa are described herein: Orientorbitoides, n. gen., Paleobaculogypsinoides, n. gen., Hashimotoina, n. gen., Eopellatispira, n. gen., Mindoroella, n. sp., Baculogypsinella, n. gen., Luzonella, n. gen., Quasibaculogypsinoides, n. gen., Orientorbitoides cebuensis, n. sp., Pseudorbitoides philippinensis, n. sp., Paleobaculogypsinoides catanduanensis, n. sp., Calcarina catanduanensis, n. sp., Asterocyclina pinugayensis, n. sp., Assilina philippinensis, n. sp., Hashimotoina mindanaoensis, n. sp., Alveolina luzonensis, n. sp., Glomalveolina reicheli, n. sp., Pseudolituonella mindanaoensis, n. sp., and Pfendericonus mindanaoensis, n. sp., Eopellatispira mindoroensis, n. sp., Mindoroella mindoroensis, n. sp., Baculogypsinella eocenica, n. sp., Luzonella trochidiformis, n. sp., Quasibaculogypsinoides primitiva, n. sp., Boninella negroensis, n. sp., Orbitogypsina mindoroensis, n. sp., and Borelis fusiformis, n. sp. These zones can be correlatedwith larger foraminiferal assemblages in Japan, India, and Turkey as the basis for an advanced Letter Stage system, for the foraminiferal record in latest Mesozoic and Cenozoic shallow-water environments of the Tethyan realm extending from the western Pacific to the Mediterranean. A total of 181 species of larger foraminifera from the Philippines are illustrated and described based on re-examined and new samples.
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Alveolina luzonensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Assilina philippinensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Asterocyclina pinugayensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Asterocyclina stella (Gümbel, 1861) † (new combination reference)
Baculogypsinella Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Baculogypsinella eocenica Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Boninella negrosensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Borelis fusiformis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Calcarina catanduanensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Eopellatispira Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Eopellatispira mindoroensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Glomalveolina reicheli Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Hashimotoina Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Hashimotoina mindanaoensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Lepidorbitoides minor (Schlumberger, 1902) † (new combination reference)
Luzonella Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Luzonella trochidiformis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Mindoroella Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Mindoroella mindoroensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Orbitogypsina mindoroensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Orientorbitoides Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Orientorbitoides cebuensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Paleobaculogypsinoides Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Paleobaculogypsinoides catanduanensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Pfendericonus mindanaoensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Pseudolituonella mindanaoensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Pseudorbitoides philippinensis Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Quasibaculogypsinoides Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Quasibaculogypsinoides primitiva Matsumaru, 2017 † (original description)
Ranikothalia sindensis (Davies, 1927) † (new combination reference)
Rotalia trochidiformis (Lamarck, 1804) † (new combination reference)