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Tappan, H. (1955). Foraminifera from the Arctic Slope of Alaska. Part 2, Jurassic Foraminifera. United States Geological Survey Professional Papers. 236-B: 1-124.
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Tappan, H.
1955
Foraminifera from the Arctic Slope of Alaska. Part 2, Jurassic Foraminifera
United States Geological Survey Professional Papers
236-B: 1-124
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A fauna of 111 species of Foraminifera was obtained from Jurassic strata of northern Alaska, ranging in age from Early Jurassic or Liassic of Europe (Sinemurian, Pliensbachian, and Toarcian) to Late Jurassic (Callovian and upper Oxfordian- Kimmeridgian). This includes the first Lower Jurassic foraminiferal fauna to be recorded from the western hemisphere, and it correlates closely with the Liassic faunas of Germany, France, and England. A few of the species were found in outcrops, but the major part of the fauna was obtained from core samples from wells drilled in Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4, in the Arctic Coastal Plain province of northern Alaska. Thirty-three genera of Foraminifera are represented, belonging to 11 families. The family Nodosariidae has 74 species, 8 belong to the Lituolidae, 7 to the Tolypamminidae, 5 to the Verneuilinidae, 4 each to the Reophacidae, Trochamminidae, and Polymorphinidae, 2 to the Textulariidae and one each to the Rhizamminidae, Hyperamminidae, and Valvulinidae. Thirty-six of the species are described as new, and 4 new names are proposed for homonyms
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Ammobaculites alaskensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Ammobaculites barrowensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Ammobaculites fontinensis (Terquem, 1870) † (new combination reference)
Ammobaculites vetustus (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Astacolus arietis (Terquem, 1866) † (new combination reference)
Astacolus breoni (Terquem, 1864) † accepted as Planularia breoni (Terquem, 1864) † (new combination reference)
Astacolus calliopsis Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Astacolus barrowensis Tappan, 1961 † (original description)
Astacolus cinctella (Terquem, 1866) † (new combination reference)
Astacolus daintreei (Chapman, 1904) † (new combination reference)
Astacolus dubius (Franke, 1936) † accepted as Lenticulina varians (Bornemann, 1854) † (new combination reference)
Astacolus pediacus Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Bathysiphon anomalocoelia Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Citharina fallax (Payard, 1947) † (new combination reference)
Citharina frankei Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Darbyella volgensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Dentalina bartensteini Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Prodentalina bartensteini (Tappan, 1955) † (original description)
Dentalina clivosa (Franke, 1936) † (new combination reference)
Dorothia squamosa (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † accepted as Brizalina liasica (Terquem, 1858) † accepted as Bolivina liasica (Terquem, 1858) † (new combination reference)
Eoguttulina liassica (Strickland, 1846) † (new combination reference)
Eoguttulina metensis (Terquem, 1864) † accepted as Pyrulinoides metensis (Terquem, 1864) † (new combination reference)
Frondicularia baueri Burbach, 1886 † (additional source)
Gaudryina dyscrita Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Gaudryina kelleri Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Gaudryinopsis kelleri (Tappan, 1955) † (original description)
Gaudryina leffingwelli Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Gaudryina milleri Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Gaudryina topagorukensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Globulina topagorukensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Glomospira pattoni Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Haplophragmoides kingakensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Involutina cheradospira (Loeblich & Tappan, 1950) † (new combination reference)
Involutina orbis (Lalicker, 1950) † accepted as Ammodiscus orbis Lalicker, 1950 † (new combination reference)
Jaculella elliptica (Deecke, 1884) † accepted as Tipeammina elliptica (Deecke, 1884) † (new combination reference)
Lagena aphela Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Reussoolina aphela (Tappan, 1955) † (original description)
Lagena liasica (Kübler & Zwingli, 1866) † (new combination reference)
Lagena mucronata Terquem & Berthelin, 1875 † accepted as Lagena liasica (Kübler & Zwingli, 1866) † (source of synonymy)
Lenticulina excavata (Terquem, 1864) † accepted as Lenticulina nautiloides (Bornemann, 1854) † (new combination reference)
Lenticulina prima (d'Orbigny, 1850) † accepted as Astacolus primus (d'Orbigny, 1850) † (new combination reference)
Lenticulina wisniowskii (Myatlyuk, 1939) † (new combination reference)
Lingulina lanceolata (Häusler, 1881) † accepted as Paralingulina lanceolata (Häusler, 1881) † (new combination reference)
Lingulina polita Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Lituotuba irregularis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Marginulina bergquisti Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Marginulina breviformis (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Marginulina calva Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Marginulina demissa (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † accepted as Nodosaria sexcostata Terquem, 1858 † (new combination reference)
Marginulina interrupta Terquem, 1866 † (additional source)
Marginulina pinguicula Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Marginulina pletha Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Marginulina psila Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Marginulina quadricostata Terquem, 1864 † accepted as Palmula quadricostata (Terquem, 1864) † (additional source)
Marginulina radiata Terquem, 1864 † accepted as Marginulinopsis radiata (Terquem, 1864) † (additional source)
Marginulina thuringica (Franke, 1936) † (new combination reference)
Marginulina utricula Terquem & Berthelin, 1875 † (additional source)
Nodosaria apheilolocula Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Grigelis apheilolocula (Tappan, 1955) † (original description)
Nodosaria berthelini Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Nodosaria mitis (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † accepted as Mesodentalina mitis (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † (new combination reference)
Nodosaria radiata (Terquem, 1866) † (new combination reference)
Nodosaria vermicularis (Terquem, 1866) † (new combination reference)
Paleopolymorphina vagina (Terquem, 1864) † (new combination reference)
Planularia striata (Issler, 1908) † (new combination reference)
Polymorphina disjuncta Terquem, 1874 † accepted as Eoguttulina metensis (Terquem, 1864) † accepted as Pyrulinoides metensis (Terquem, 1864) † (source of synonymy)
Polymorphina pupiformis Terquem, 1864 † accepted as Paleopolymorphina vagina (Terquem, 1864) † (source of synonymy)
Rectoglandulina brandi Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Pseudonodosaria brandi (Tappan, 1955) † (original description)
Rectoglandulina oviformis (Terquem, 1864) † accepted as Pseudonodosaria oviformis (Terquem, 1864) † (new combination reference)
Rectoglandulina quinquecostata (Bornemann, 1854) † accepted as Pseudonodosaria quinquecostata (Bornemann, 1854) † (new combination reference)
Rectoglandulina turbinata (Terquem & Berthelin, 1875) † accepted as Pseudonodosaria dubia (Terquem, 1870) † (new combination reference)
Reophax densa Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Saracenaria oxfordiana Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Saracenaria phaedra Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Saracenaria segmentata Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Saracenaria topagorukensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Textularia areoplecta Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Trochammina canningensis Tappan, 1955 † accepted as Conglophragmium canningense (Tappan, 1955) † accepted as Recurvoides canningensis (Tappan, 1955) † (original description)
Trochammina gryci Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Trochammina sablei Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Trochammina topagorukensis Tappan, 1955 † (original description)
Vaginulina anomala Blake, 1876 † (additional source)
Vaginulina curva Franke, 1936 † (additional source)
Vaginulina sherborni (Franke, 1936) † (new combination reference)
Vaginulinopsis matutina (d'Orbigny, 1850) † accepted as Astacolus matutinus (d'Orbigny, 1850) † (new combination reference)
 Taxonomic remark

Tappan (1955, p. 82): Terquem and Berthelin described Lagena mucronata from the middle-Lias of France. Their ... [details]