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Class: Rotaliata    Subclass: Globigerinana    Order: Globigerinida    Family: Globigerinidae
Orbulina universa d'Orbigny, 1839
  Synonyms:
  
Orbulina biloba (d'Orbigny, 1839)used in: HAYW2011
Orbulina imperfecta Rhumbler, 1911used in: HAYW2011
Orbulina parva Rhumbler, 1949used in: HAYW2011

Reference: HAYW2011  /  WFD AphiaID: 113460      
     Morphological Attributes:
Spines: spinose
Microstructure: macroperforate
Texture: bulloides-type
Coiling: trochospiral globose
Spire: neither high nor low / Umbilical depth: neither deep nor shallow
Chamberform on the umbilical side: spherical
Keel: no keel / Lip: no lip or rim / Tooth: no tooth
First occurence: 015.1 / Last occurence: 000.00






identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off West Africa    off Morocco

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Unknown    --

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
central North Pacific    Challenger Station 246
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Challenger Station 24

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
North Sea    --

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Norwegian Sea    --
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Azores    Challenger Station 78

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Patagonia and off    Challenger Station 302

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Unknown    --
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off Brazil    Challenger Station 120

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
New Zealand and off    Challenger Station 166

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South of Iceland    Reykjanes Ridge
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
South of Iceland    Reykjanes Ridge

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off Peru and Northern Chile    off Coquimbo

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Pleistocene    
off Biscaya and Iberia    Oporto Seamount
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Pleistocene    
off Biscaya and Iberia    Oporto Seamount

identified by scientist   
Neogene    Miocene    Langhian
off Brazil    ODP Leg 154

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
West of Ireland    Hebridian Slope
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Muertos Trough

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Muertos Trough

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Muertos Trough
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Muertos Trough

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Mediterranean Sea    Ile de Porquerolles

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
West of Ireland    Hebridian Slope
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
West of Ireland    Hebridian Slope

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Azores    Sao Miguel

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off West Africa    Mauritanian Shelf
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Red Sea    Blue Hole

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Mediterranean Sea    Lido di Avola

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Pleistocene    ---
Mediterranean    Salice
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Pleistocene    ---
Mediterranean    Salice

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Pleistocene    
central North Pacific    Vema 24 64

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Pliocene    Piacenzian
Mediterranean    Rio Merli
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Pliocene    Piacenzian
Mediterranean    Rio Merli

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    
Caribbean    Monte Cristi