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Toulmin, L. D. (1941). Eocene smaller Foraminifera from the Salt Mountain limestone of Alabama. Journal of Paleontology. vol. 15 no. 6: 567-611.
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Toulmin, L. D.
1941
Eocene smaller Foraminifera from the Salt Mountain limestone of Alabama
Journal of Paleontology
vol. 15 no. 6: 567-611
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The smaller Foraminifera of the Salt Mountain limestone are described and figured. Two new genera, Eggerina and Alabamina, are proposed. Fifteen species and one variety are described as new. The Salt Mountain limestone is similar lithologically and faunally to the upper Midway limestone quarried near Rutledge, Crenshaw County, Alabama, and exposed on the Chattahoochee River at Ft. Gaines, Georgia. Foraminifera, however, indicate that the Salt Mountain limestone, at least the upper part, is younger than Midway and probably is early Wilcox in age.
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