Foraminifera taxon details

Protelphidium Haynes, 1956

528006  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:528006)

accepted
Genus
Protelphidium hofkeri Haynes, 1956 † (type by original designation)
Gudinaina Levchuk, 1995 † · unaccepted (Subjective junior synonym Opinion...)  
Subjective junior synonym Opinion of Voltski, I., Korsun, S., Pillet, L., Pawlowski, J. (2015)

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  1. Species Protelphidium adamsi Bhalla, 1967 †
  2. Species Protelphidium brotzeni Hofker, 1966 †
  3. Species Protelphidium compressum Zheng, 1978
  4. Species Protelphidium duddukuruensis Bhalla, 1967 †
  5. Species Protelphidium fulvofusculus Shchedrina, 1984
  6. Species Protelphidium gackhensis Serova, 1984 †
  7. Species Protelphidium gakhense Serova, 2001 †
  8. Species Protelphidium glabrum (He, Hu & Wang, 1965)
  9. Species Protelphidium gudinae Feyling-Hanssen, 1976 †
  10. Species Protelphidium hofkeri Haynes, 1956 †
  11. Species Protelphidium kasamoriense Aoki, 1968 †
  12. Species Protelphidium krejcigrafi Wiesner, 1974 †
  13. Species Protelphidium luridus Shchedrina, 1984
  14. Species Protelphidium martini Koch, 1968 †
  15. Species Protelphidium multiloculare Levchuk, 1984 †
  16. Species Protelphidium nanum Vilks, 1979
  17. Species Protelphidium nativum Levchuk, 1984 †
  18. Species Protelphidium niveum (Lafrenz, 1963)
  19. Species Protelphidium okhoticum Serova, 2001 †
  20. Species Protelphidium paralium (Tintant, 1954)
  21. Species Protelphidium parvum Gudina, 1969 †
  22. Species Protelphidium primitivum Náñez & Malumián, 2008 †
  23. Species Protelphidium priscus Plotnikova, 1967 †
  24. Species Protelphidium profundifossatum Poag, 1966 †
  25. Species Protelphidium roemeri (Cushman, 1936) †
  26. Species Protelphidium rolshauseni (Bandy, 1949) †
  27. Species Protelphidium rozkowskae Brodniewicz, 1972 †
  28. Species Protelphidium schmitti (Cushman & Wickenden, 1929)
  29. Species Protelphidium sublaeve (Ten Dam, 1944) †
  30. Species Protelphidium tersum He, Hu & Wang, 1965 †
  31. Species Protelphidium anglicum Murray, 1965 accepted as Haynesina anglica (Murray, 1965) (Opinion of Yanko and Troitskaya (1987))
  32. Species Protelphidium decoratum (Cushman & Mcglamery, 1939) † accepted as Evolutononion decoratum (Cushman & Mcglamery, 1939) † (unaccepted > superseded combination)
  33. Species Protelphidium graniferum (Terquem, 1882) † accepted as Nonion graniferum (Terquem, 1882) †
  34. Species Protelphidium granosum (d'Orbigny, 1846) accepted as Porosononion granosum (d'Orbigny, 1846)
  35. Species Protelphidium hofkeri Haynes Em. Banner & Culver, 1978 † accepted as Protelphidium hofkeri Haynes, 1956 †
  36. Species Protelphidium lenticulare Gudina, 1966 † accepted as Toddinella lenticularis (Gudina, 1966) † accepted as Elphidium ustulatum Todd, 1957 † accepted as Cribroelphidium ustulatum (Todd, 1957) † (Opinion of Gudina (1984))
  37. Species Protelphidium orbiculare (Bardy, 1881) accepted as Haynesina orbicularis (Brady, 1881)
  38. Species Protelphidium pauciloculum (Cushman, 1944) accepted as Haynesina paucilocula (Cushman, 1944)
  39. Species Protelphidium tisburyensis (Butcher, 1948) accepted as Nonion tisburyensis Butcher, 1948 (unaccepted > superseded combination)
  40. Species Protelphidium tuberculatum (d'Orbigny, 1846) accepted as Melonis pompilioides (Fichtel & Moll, 1798)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent + fossil
neuter
Haynes, J. (1956). Certain smaller British Paleocene Foraminifera. Part I. Nonionidae, Chilostomellidae, Epistominidae, Discorbidae, Amphistogenidae, Globigerinidae, Globorotolidae and Gumbelinidae. <em>Contributions from the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research.</em> 7: 79-101.
page(s): p. 86 [details]   
Hayward, B.W.; Le Coze, F.; Vachard, D.; Gross, O. (2024). World Foraminifera Database. Protelphidium Haynes, 1956. Accessed at: https://www.marinespecies.org/foraminifera/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=528006 on 2024-04-21
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2010-10-04 13:16:31Z
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2010-10-08 07:21:28Z
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2013-03-08 15:09:52Z
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2014-05-15 08:44:24Z
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2016-04-28 02:07:35Z
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2018-01-04 09:46:50Z
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original description Haynes, J. (1956). Certain smaller British Paleocene Foraminifera. Part I. Nonionidae, Chilostomellidae, Epistominidae, Discorbidae, Amphistogenidae, Globigerinidae, Globorotolidae and Gumbelinidae. <em>Contributions from the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research.</em> 7: 79-101.
page(s): p. 86 [details]   

original description  (of Gudinaina Levchuk, 1995 †) Levchuk, L. K. (1995). Род <i>Gudinaina</i> Levtchuk gen. nov. в четвертичных отложениях Арктики и Субарктики (фораминиферы) - <i>Gudinaina</i> Levtshuk, gen. nov. (Foraminifera) from Arctic and Sub-Arctic Quaternary deposits. <em>Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal - Paleontological Journal.</em> 1995(1): 32-36.
page(s): p. 33 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

additional source Loeblich, A. R.; Tappan, H. (1987). Foraminiferal Genera and their Classification. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York. 970pp., available online at https://books.google.pt/books?id=n_BqCQAAQBAJ [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
 
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Diagnosis Test planispiral and partially evolute, about eight to ten gradually enlarging chambers in the final whorl, sutures radial, gently curved, deeply incised toward the umbilici but without intercameral lacunae, both umbilici filled by a complex of fused imperforate and tuberculate umbilical flaps, one from each chamber, the tubercules thickened by lamellar additions until older ones become pillarlike, intercommunicating umbilical cavities remain in the spaces between the platelike flaps and supporting pillars, no rotalid septal flap, no septal or spiral canals, retral processes, fossettes, or sutural pores, periphery rounded, peripheral outline lobulate; wall calcareous, perforate, optically radial but morphologically microgranular, surface with prominent tubercles on lower part of apertural face and on the preceding whorl adjacent to the aperture, as well as over the umbilical structure of flaps, tubercles, and pillars and extending along the margins of the incised sutures; primary aperture a low, narrow, interiomarginal and equatorial arch. L. Paleocene (Danian) to Oligocene; England; France; Libya; USSR. (Loeblich & Tappan, 1987, Foraminiferal Genera and Their Classification) [details]