Foraminifera taxon details

Parathuramminida †

1048159  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1048159)

Bykova, 1955
accepted
Order
marine
fossil only
Bykova, E. V. (1955). Фораминиферы и радиолярии девона Волго-Уралшой области и Центрального девонского поля и их значение для стратиграфии - Devonian foraminifera and radiolaria of the Volga-Ural district and central Devonian field, and their significance for stratigraphy. <em>Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Neftyanogo Nauchno-Issledovatel 'skogo Geologorazvedochnogo lnstituta (VNIGRI), nov. ser.</em> 87: 5-190., available online at https://books.google.pt/books?id=FkoTAwAAQBAJ [details]   
Taxonomic remark Vachard and Le Coze (2021): "Unlike Vachard (2016), we do not consider currently Parathuramminida Bykova in Bykova &...  
Taxonomic remark Vachard and Le Coze (2021): "Unlike Vachard (2016), we do not consider currently Parathuramminida Bykova in Bykova & Polenova, 1955 nom. translat. Mikhalevich, 1980 emend. Vachard, 2016, as a foraminiferal order, but as a heterogeneous group which is part of the Calcitarcha recently created by Versteegh et al. (2009). Among the Calcitarcha, the Irregularinoidea Gaillot & Vachard, 2007 are probably incertae
sedis algae similar to the Thaumatoporellales De Castro, 1988 (Vachard & Clément 1994; Schlagintweit et al. 2013). For their part, Calcisphaeroidea Vachard, 2016 and Tuberitinoidea Gaillot & Vachard, 2007 share the same percentage of algal versus foraminiferal affinities. Only the Parathuramminoidea Fursenko in Rauzer-Chernousova & Fursenko, 1959 seem closer to the foraminifera; essentially due to the homeomorphy of the genus Parathurammina and Thurammina. Furthermore, the Parathuramminidae Bykova in Bykova & Polenova, 1955 were essentially Devonian taxa, only represented in the Mississippian with the Tournaisian Bisphaeridae Sabirov, 1987, Tournaisian–Visean Parathurammina and Suleimanovella Yuferev in Zadorozhnyi & Yuferev, 1984,
and Visean–Serpukhovian Hemithurammina Mamet, 1973." [details]
Foraminifera (2021). Parathuramminida †. Accessed at: https://www.marinespecies.org/Foraminifera/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1048159 on 2022-05-26
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original description Bykova, E. V. (1955). Фораминиферы и радиолярии девона Волго-Уралшой области и Центрального девонского поля и их значение для стратиграфии - Devonian foraminifera and radiolaria of the Volga-Ural district and central Devonian field, and their significance for stratigraphy. <em>Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Neftyanogo Nauchno-Issledovatel 'skogo Geologorazvedochnogo lnstituta (VNIGRI), nov. ser.</em> 87: 5-190., available online at https://books.google.pt/books?id=FkoTAwAAQBAJ [details]   

basis of record Vachard, D.; Pille, L.; Gaillot, J. (2010). Palaeozoic Foraminifera: Systematics, palaeoecology and responses to global changes. <i>Revue de Micropaléontologie</i>. 53(4): 209-254., available online at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/251495231 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

status source Vachard, D.; Le Coze, F. (2021). Carboniferous Smaller Foraminifera: Convergences and Divergences. <em>Geological Society, London, Special Publications.</em> 512[First online October 2020]:., available online at https://doi.org/10.1144/sp512-2020-42
note: See note. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
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Taxonomic remark Vachard and Le Coze (2021): "Unlike Vachard (2016), we do not consider currently Parathuramminida Bykova in Bykova & Polenova, 1955 nom. translat. Mikhalevich, 1980 emend. Vachard, 2016, as a foraminiferal order, but as a heterogeneous group which is part of the Calcitarcha recently created by Versteegh et al. (2009). Among the Calcitarcha, the Irregularinoidea Gaillot & Vachard, 2007 are probably incertae
sedis algae similar to the Thaumatoporellales De Castro, 1988 (Vachard & Clément 1994; Schlagintweit et al. 2013). For their part, Calcisphaeroidea Vachard, 2016 and Tuberitinoidea Gaillot & Vachard, 2007 share the same percentage of algal versus foraminiferal affinities. Only the Parathuramminoidea Fursenko in Rauzer-Chernousova & Fursenko, 1959 seem closer to the foraminifera; essentially due to the homeomorphy of the genus Parathurammina and Thurammina. Furthermore, the Parathuramminidae Bykova in Bykova & Polenova, 1955 were essentially Devonian taxa, only represented in the Mississippian with the Tournaisian Bisphaeridae Sabirov, 1987, Tournaisian–Visean Parathurammina and Suleimanovella Yuferev in Zadorozhnyi & Yuferev, 1984,
and Visean–Serpukhovian Hemithurammina Mamet, 1973." [details]