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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2007
Journal of Paleontology (2007) 81 (2): 227-237.
...JOHN R. GROVES; ELENA I. KULAGINA; ELISA VILLA Abstract The Pennsylvanian fusulinid genus Profusulinella appeared in sub-Arctic North America in Medial Atokan (=Early Moscovian) time, roughly 4–5 My later than its oldest known occurrence in the Eurasian-Arctic province. The genus originated...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1990
Micropaleontology (1990) 36 (2): 105-140.
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1963
Journal of Paleontology (1963) 37 (1): 157-163.
...) Chaetetes-Profusulinella faunizone in the area of this study. It is possible that these 2 corals may be used to recognize the faunizone in nearby areas. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute. Reference includes data from Bibliography and Index of North American Geology, U. S. Geological...
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2005
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2005) 35 (4): 344-367.
... wave base are characterized by the predominance of Pseudoendothyra , Eostaffella (Bashkirian) or Profusulinella (Moscovian), Bradyina and palaeotextulariids. The open-marine facies, below effective wave-base but intermittently affected by storm currents, is enriched in endothyrids...
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1 – 7, 10  <b>Profusulinella</b>  sp. 1 ex gr.  P. staffellaeformis  Kireeva, 1951...
Published: 01 July 2016
Figure 9 1 – 7, 10 Profusulinella sp. 1 ex gr. P. staffellaeformis Kireeva, 1951 ; 1 , SF11C/2a; 2 , LT25/9; 3 , SF11C/2b; 4 , SF11C/3c; 5 , LT25/4; 6 , SF11B/8a; 7 , SF11C/7b; 10 , SF11B/1a. 8 – 9 Profusulinella aff. staffellaeformis Kireeva, 1951 ; 8 , LT27/7; 9 , LT27/8
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1 ,  <b>Profusulinella</b>  sp. 3 ex gr.  P. primitiva  Grozdilova &amp;amp; Lebedeva,...
Published: 01 July 2016
Figure 10 1 , Profusulinella sp. 3 ex gr. P. primitiva Grozdilova & Lebedeva, 1954 , SF2/10. 2 , Profusulinella sp. 4, SF3/4a. 3 – 7 Profusulinella sp. 5 ex gr. P. rhomboides Lee & Chen, 1930 ; 3 , LT9/1; 4 , LT9/3; 5 , LT22/8a; 6 , LT16/6; 7 , LT18/5. 8 – 9
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Figure  4 —Origin of early North American  <b>Profusulinella</b>  spp. interpreted...
Published: 01 March 2007
Figure 4 —Origin of early North American Profusulinella spp. interpreted as migratory appearances from the Eurasian-Arctic province. According to this interpretation, populations of Profusulinella spp. in the Donbass, Urals, Russian Platform, and present high Arctic areas migrated to sub
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<b>Profusulinella</b> -like forms.      Total n.: total number of counted specimen...
Published: 01 October 2005
T able 1. Profusulinella -like forms. Total n.: total number of counted specimens belonging to this group in 15 thin sections (size 5 × 2.5 cm). Av.: average of 15 thin sections. Max: maximum number of specimens occurring in one thin section. Min: minimum number of specimens occurring
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2016
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2016) 46 (3): 237-270.
...Figure 9 1 – 7, 10 Profusulinella sp. 1 ex gr. P. staffellaeformis Kireeva, 1951 ; 1 , SF11C/2a; 2 , LT25/9; 3 , SF11C/2b; 4 , SF11C/3c; 5 , LT25/4; 6 , SF11B/8a; 7 , SF11C/7b; 10 , SF11B/1a. 8 – 9 Profusulinella aff. staffellaeformis Kireeva, 1951 ; 8 , LT27/7; 9 , LT27/8...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1965
Journal of Paleontology (1965) 39 (2): 173-209.
...C. A. Ross; F. F. Sabins Abstract The lower 1,000 feet of the Horquilla Limestone of southeast Arizona contains abundant Early and Middle Pennsylvanian fusulinids. The Millerella and Profusulinella Assemblage Zones are relatively thin as their combined thickness is about 100 feet. The Fusulinella...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1959
Journal of Paleontology (1959) 33 (5): 770-792.
... sandstone of Pope County, Illinois; and from a limestone considerably above the Delwood sandstone in Saline County, Illinois. They include Profusulinella kentuckyensis, n. sp., and numerous unnamed forms of Millerella and Paramillerella from near Morgantown; Fusulinella stouti and F. iowensis from...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1986
GSA Bulletin (1986) 97 (3): 346-353.
... Series (Lower Pennsylvanian) is best defined by the appearances of the primitive fusulinaceans Eoschubertella and Pseudostaffella . Recrystallized staffellids ( Staffella and Nankinella ) appear at or near this level at some localities. The appearance of the fusiform fusulinid Profusulinella...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1983
GSA Bulletin (1983) 94 (4): 543-548.
... of the name Atokan in favor of the alternatively used name Derryan would not resolve the problem. The appearance of the fusiform fusulinid Profusulinella has been taken to mark the base of the Atokan Series since its proposal, yet there is no evidence to support that conclusion. A competing definition based...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1962
Journal of Paleontology (1962) 36 (1): 161-164.
...John H. Hoyt; John Chronic Abstract Limestones in the lower part of the Casper Formation [Pennsylvanian] near Granite Canyon contain the small fusulinid, Profusulinella cf. P. spicata Thompson, of Atokan age. Near Granite Canyon the Casper ranges in age from Atokan to Wolfcampian inclusive...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1960
Journal of Paleontology (1960) 34 (4): 761-762.
...Mark Rich Abstract Chaetetes was found by the author only 1,085 ft. and 1,195 ft. above the base of the thick section of the Bird Spring formation (Mississippian-Pennsylvanian-Permian) N. of Lee Canyon, and stratigraphically between beds containing Profusulinella and Fusulinella. The Chaetetes...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1959
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1959) S7-I (2): 163-165.
... the microfauna is rich. Archaediscus is abundantly represented in the lower part (Namurian) and Profusulinella at the top (Moscovian). Africa Algeria Carboniferous Foraminifera Fort-Polignac basin Invertebrata microfossils North Africa paleontology Paleozoic Protista GeoRef, Copyright 2015...
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Figure  3 —Side-by-side comparison of North American and Eurasian species-p...
Published: 01 March 2007
Figure 3 —Side-by-side comparison of North American and Eurasian species-pairs. All of the earliest North American species in Profusulinella Rauser-Chernousova and Belyaev in Rauser-Chernousova et al., 1936 , with the exception of Pr. springensis Marshall, 1969 , can be compared
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1–6  Photomicrographs of Moscovian inner platform.  1  Packstone to grainst...
Published: 01 October 2005
PLATE 3 1–6 Photomicrographs of Moscovian inner platform. 1 Packstone to grainstone (lithofacies A) with ooids, coated grains, fragments of dasycla-dacean alga Epimastopora, brachiopods, fusulinids ( Profusulinella ) and intraclasts of underlying platform facies. 2 Diverse-biota skeletal
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Figure  2 —Phylogeny diagram showing Eurasian-Arctic origin of  Profusuline...
Published: 01 March 2007
Figure 2 —Phylogeny diagram showing Eurasian-Arctic origin of Profusulinella spp. and differentiation of early morphologic species groups. Profusulinella ex gr. staffellaeformis originated from Pseudostaffella ex gr. antiqua through elongation of the coiling axis in early Askynbashsky
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Figure  1 —Bashkirian and Moscovian chronostratigraphic subdivisions in the...
Published: 01 March 2007
Figure 1 —Bashkirian and Moscovian chronostratigraphic subdivisions in the South Urals, Russian Platform, and Donets Basin (Donbass), and their correlation to sub-Arctic North America. Lowest occurrences of Profusulinella spp. (asterisks) in Eastern Europe are ∼4–5 My older than in North America