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Class: Nodosariata    Subclass: Nodosariana    Order: Polymorphinida    Family: Polymorphinidae
Globulina

Globulina gibba
(d'Orbigny, 1826)

identified by M. Hesemann   
Paleogene
North European Plain

Globulina gibba
d'Orbigny, 1846

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary
Mediterranean Sea

Globulina gibba fissicostata
Cushman and Oz, 1930

identified by M. Hesemann   
Paleogene
North European Plain

Globulina gibba gibba
(Reuss, 1865)

identified by M. Hesemann   
Paleogene
North European Plain

Globulina gibba tuberculata
d'Orbigny, 1846

identified by M. Hesemann   
Paleogene
North European Plain
   

Globulina inaequalis
Reuss, 1850

identified by scientist   
Quaternary
Tasman Sea and Bass Strait

Globulina lacrima
(Reuss, 1845)

identified by scientist   
Cretaceous
North European Plain

Globulina minuta
(Roemer, 1838)

identified by scientist   
Quaternary
South China and Sulu Sea

Globulina myristiformis
(Williamson, 1858)

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene
Mediterranean

Globulina ovata
(d'Orbigny, 1846)

identified by scientist   
Neogene
Vienna Basin
   

Globulina punctata
d'Orbigny, 1846

identified by scientist   
Neogene
Vienna Basin

Globulina punctata
d'Orbigny, 1846

identified by M. Hesemann   
Paleogene
North European Plain

Globulina regina
(Brady, Parker and Jones, 1870)

identified by scientist   
Quaternary
Tasman Sea and Bass Strait

Globulina rotundata
(Bornemann, 1855)

identified by scientist   
Quaternary
South of South Africa

Globulina sororia
(Reuss, 1863)

identified by scientist   
Quaternary
   

Globulina spinosa
d'Orbigny, 1846

type specimen   lectotype
Neogene
Vienna Basin

Globulina subsphaerica
(Berthelin, 1880)

identified by scientist   
Cretaceous
North European Plain

Globulina sp.
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identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary
Mediterranean Sea

Globulina sp.
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identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene
North European Plain

Globulina sp.
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identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene
Mediterranean
   

Globulina sp.
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identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous
Baltic Sea