"In 1892, Chapman described five new species of Foraminifera from the upper Cretaceous phosphatic chalk at Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England. Chapman's species are redescribed and lectotypes are proposed for Bulimina trigona, Bolivina strigillata, Textularia decurrens and Textularia serrata. The specimen of Textularia decurrens which was probably originally illustrated by Chapman is a composite of two specimens of Foraminifera. T. decurrens is considered a junior synonym of Heterohelix globulosa (Ehrenberg)."

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