Foraminifera name details

Hantkenina (Schackoina) senoniensis Thalmann, 1932 †

919591  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:919591)

uncertain > taxon inquirendum (Opinion of Montanaro Gallitelli (1955))
Species
marine
fossil only
Thalmann, H. E. (1932). Die Foraminiferen-Gattung Hantkenina Cushman, 1924, und ihre regional-stratigraphische Verbreitung. <em>Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae.</em> 25: 287-292., available online at http://www.e-periodica.ch/digbib/view?pid=egh-001:1932:25#388
page(s): p. 289 [details]   
Status Montanaro Gallitelli (1955, p. 143): "Schackoina senoniensis (Thalmann), from the upper Senonian Pattenauer marl...  
Status Montanaro Gallitelli (1955, p. 143): "Schackoina senoniensis (Thalmann), from the upper Senonian Pattenauer marl (Campanian; see Aurouze and de Klasz, 1954) of the Bavarian Alps. The only figure of this species, which is so important stratigraphically was given by Egger (1900) under the name of Siderolina cenomana Schacko. In 1932, Thalmann separated Egger's form as a new species, Hantkenina (Schackoina) senoniensis, but did not give any figures. In any case, the figure given by Egger (1900, pl. 21, fig. 42) represents a specimen with four less discrete chambers, and the description also indicates a variability of from three to five chambers in the final whorl. Egger's type collection was destroyed during World War II. De Klasz (Aurouze and de Klasz, 1954) did not collect samples from the type locality of Pattenau, but in the upper Campanian marl of Disselbach, east of Grub, on the Traun River, near Eisenarzt, he discovered specimens supposedly corresponding to Egger's species, and attributed them with doubt to Hastigerinella (Hastigerinoides) rohri Bronnimann. Because of the difference in the two localities, we cannot determine the identity of Egger's (and Thalmann's) species." [details]
Hayward, B.W.; Le Coze, F.; Vachard, D.; Gross, O. (2021). World Foraminifera Database. Hantkenina (Schackoina) senoniensis Thalmann, 1932 †. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/foraminifera/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=919591 on 2022-10-04
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original description Thalmann, H. E. (1932). Die Foraminiferen-Gattung Hantkenina Cushman, 1924, und ihre regional-stratigraphische Verbreitung. <em>Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae.</em> 25: 287-292., available online at http://www.e-periodica.ch/digbib/view?pid=egh-001:1932:25#388
page(s): p. 289 [details]   

basis of record Ellis, B. F.; Messina, A. (1940-2015). Catalogue of Foraminifera. <em>Micropaleontology Press, American Museum of Natural History, New York.</em>  [details]   

status source Montanaro Gallitelli, E. (1955). Schackoina from the Upper Cretaceous of the northern Apennines, Italy. <em>Micropaleontology.</em> 1(2): 141-145., available online at https://doi.org/10.2307/1484166
page(s): p. 143 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

identification resource Egger, J.G. (1900). Foraminiferen und Ostrakoden aus den Kreidemergeln der Oberbayerischen Alpen. <em>Abhhandlungen der Königlich Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-physikalische Classe.</em> 21(1)[1902]: 1-230, 27 pls., available online at https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/35670462
page(s): p. 174 pl. 21 fig. 42; note: As Siderolina cenomana Schacko. [details]  OpenAccess publication 
From editor or global species database
Status Montanaro Gallitelli (1955, p. 143): "Schackoina senoniensis (Thalmann), from the upper Senonian Pattenauer marl (Campanian; see Aurouze and de Klasz, 1954) of the Bavarian Alps. The only figure of this species, which is so important stratigraphically was given by Egger (1900) under the name of Siderolina cenomana Schacko. In 1932, Thalmann separated Egger's form as a new species, Hantkenina (Schackoina) senoniensis, but did not give any figures. In any case, the figure given by Egger (1900, pl. 21, fig. 42) represents a specimen with four less discrete chambers, and the description also indicates a variability of from three to five chambers in the final whorl. Egger's type collection was destroyed during World War II. De Klasz (Aurouze and de Klasz, 1954) did not collect samples from the type locality of Pattenau, but in the upper Campanian marl of Disselbach, east of Grub, on the Traun River, near Eisenarzt, he discovered specimens supposedly corresponding to Egger's species, and attributed them with doubt to Hastigerinella (Hastigerinoides) rohri Bronnimann. Because of the difference in the two localities, we cannot determine the identity of Egger's (and Thalmann's) species." [details]