2020
DOI: 10.5194/jm-39-203-2020
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Abstract: Abstract. The micropalaeontology of the mid-Cretaceous Derdere Formation (Mardin Group) from outcrops close to the town of Derik in south-eastern Turkey is described here. In thin sections from the carbonates that form the majority of this formation, rich and diverse micropalaeontological assemblages are present. These include larger benthonic foraminifera, planktonic foraminifera, and other microfossils, including calcareous algae. Alveolinid foraminifera are particularly common and include a new species – Si… Show more

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“…In addition, many records of the foraminiferal systematic database were organized by oblique section in Consorti et al (2015). However, point three of the Cosorti and Vicedo (2022) manuscript is attributed to well-preserved samples that we strongly refer to in several micropaleontologic and biostratigraphic studies that consisted of semi-preserved samples as perfectly corrected identification (Calonge, 1993;Caus, Beranus, Calonge, & Martín-Chivelet, 2009;De Castro, 2006;Simmons et al, 2020). Also, in other identification of foraminifers, the embryonic zones are so significant for the determination of the species, but several previous works are represented without embryonic zones of the distinct species that are mentionable to Orbitolinidae with semi-preserved samples (e.g., Baud, Cherchi, & Schroeder, 1994).…”
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confidence: 92%