Foraminifera source details

Schijfsma, E. (1946). The Foraminifera from the Hervian (Campanian) of Southern Limburg. Mededelingen van de Geologische Stichting. Ser. C-V 7: 1-174.
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Schijfsma, E.
1946
The Foraminifera from the Hervian (Campanian) of Southern Limburg
Mededelingen van de Geologische Stichting
Ser. C-V 7: 1-174
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Ammodiscus cretaceus var. rugosa Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Anomalina daini Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Anomalina daini var. arenacea Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Ataxogyroidina dufouri Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Ataxogyroidina pseudoglobosa Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Cibicides minimalis Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Cibicides voltziana var. plana Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Discorbis binkhorsti (Reuss, 1862) † accepted as Stomatorbina binkhorsti (Reuss, 1862) † (new combination reference)
Discorbis sigmoidalis Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Discorbis supracretacea Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Eponides beisseli Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Gyroidina tendami Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Lenticulina mariae Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Lenticulina multinodosa Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Lenticulina ordinaris Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Palmula rugosa (d'Orbigny, 1840) † accepted as Neoflabellina rugosa (d'Orbigny, 1840) † (new combination reference)
Tristix excavata (Reuss, 1863) † accepted as Tricarinella excavata (Reuss, 1863) † (new combination reference)
Tritaxia compressa Schijfsma, 1946 † accepted as Tritaxia jongmansi Schijfsma, 1950 † (original description)
Trochammina spiralis Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Trochammina undulosa Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Vaginulina daini Schijfsma, 1946 † (original description)
Vaginulinopsis trilobata (d'Orbigny, 1840) † accepted as Vaginulina trilobata (d'Orbigny, 1840) † (new combination reference)