New genera and species of monothalamous Foraminifera from Balaclava and Kazach’ya Bays (Crimean Peninsula, Black Sea)
Two new genera and species of monothalamous Foraminifera from a coastal site in Balaclava Bay, Crimea are described and Nellya is shown to be a sister group to Vellaria + Psammophaga clade but its position is not well resolved.
Tinogullmia lukyanovae sp. nov.—a monothalamous, organic-walled foraminiferan from the coastal Black Sea
- A. Gooday, O. Anikeeva, N. Sergeeva
- BiologyJournal of the Marine Biological Association of…
- 12 January 2006
A new monothalamous foraminifera species from the Crimean and Caucasus regions of the Black Sea, characterized by a more or less symmetrical, spindle-shaped to cylindrical, organic-walled test with two terminal apertural structures, usually in the form of rounded or more elongate, nipple-like projections, is described.
Taxonomic composition and distribution of soft-walled monothalamid foraminifera in the area of Zernov’s Phyllophora Field (NW Black Sea)
This work provides the first analysis of the taxonomic composition of monothalamids from this region and finds four species, Psammophaga sp.
Meiobenthos of the Oxic/Anoxic Interface in the Southwestern Region of the Black Sea: Abundance and Taxonomic Composition
It is argued that the morphological integrity of specimens, the high population densities, the presence of taxa often found in hypoxic settings, and the Presence of all life stages among nematodes and harpacticoids, suggests that at least some of the organisms are indigenous in the Black Sea.
MODERNIZATION OF THE STRATIGRAPHIC SCHEMES OF MESOZOIC DEPOSITS IN UKRAINE
Soft-shelled foraminifera of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov
Soft-shelled, monothalamous foraminifera from the oxic/anoxic interface (NW Black Sea)
We describe single-chambered (monothalamous), soft-shelled, benthic foraminifera from the lower oxygen-border zone to the upper hydrogen-sulfide-border zone (120 – 240m water depth) in theNWBlack…
Goodayia Rostellatum Gen. N., Sp. N. (Protozoa) - A Monothalamous Foraminiferan from the Black Sea
The shape and size of the test, the presence of two membranes, and the single terminal aperture are the features reminiscent of the genera Gloiogullmia and Rhynchogromia, however, the new genus has significant differences from these taxa, notably the absence of any foreign mineral or organic particles adhering to the test wall and the beak-shaped apertural structure.
New Black sea monothalamous foraminifera from the genus Nemogullmia Nyholm, 1953 (Allogromiida: Shepheardellinae)
Three new monothalamid species in the subfamily Shepheardellinae in the Black Sea are described and several unidentified individuals of Nemogullmia were found near Cape Small Utrish region (Caucasus) at depths of 82 and 101 m.
The monothalamous foraminiferan Tinogullmia in the Black Sea
INTRODUCTION The organic-walled allogromiid genus Tinogullmia was established by Nyholm (1954) based on a single species, T. hyalina, from the Gullmar Fjord on the Swedish west coast. This…