FIGURE 1. Map showing study area with sample locations. Solid yellow circles equals surface sample locations with sample numbers. TI-TVIII equals Eight traverses (I, Off Mahabalipuram; II, Off Palar River; III, Off Edierthittu; IV, Off Kazhikuppam; V, Off Muthialpet; VI, Off Gingee River; VII, Off Ponnaiyar River; VIII, Off Cuddalore) undertaken during the ROV Sagar Paschimi cruise 05/2012 ranging from a water depth of 10-300 m. Solid red polygons equals core sample locations with core numbers.

 

 

 

FIGURE 2. 1-3, Amphicoryna scalaris (Batsch, 1791) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (1); in apertural view (scale equals 100 μm) (2); and macrospheric form in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (3). 4, Lenticulina cultrata (de Montfort, 1808) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 5, Lenticulina gibba (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 6-7, Lenticulina orbicularis (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (6) and in apertural view (scale equals 300 μm) (7). 8-9, Lenticulina suborbicularis Parr, 1950 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (8) and in apertural view (scale equals 100 μm) (9). 10, Marginulinopsis costata (Batsch, 1791) in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 11, Dentalina ittai Loeblich and Tappan, 1953 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 12, Pyramidulina catesbyi (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 13-14, Pseudolingulina bradii (Silvestri, 1903) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (13) and in apertural view (scale equals 100 μm) (14). 15, Lagena aspera Reuss, 1861 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 16, Lagena perlucida (Montagu, 1803) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 17, Lagena semistriata Williamson, 1848 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 18, Lagena striata (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 19, Lagena strumosa Reuss, 1858 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 20, Hyalinonetrion gracillima (Seguenza, 1862) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 21, Lagena substriata Williamson, 1848 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 22, Procerolagena gracilis (Williamson, 1848) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 23, Procerolagena sp. in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 24, Reussoolina laevis (Montagu, 1803) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 25, Favulina hexagona (Williamson, 1848) in dorsal view (scale equals 50 μm).

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FIGURE 3. 1, Fissurina laevigata Reuss, 1850 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 2, Fissurina orbignyana Seguenza, 1862 in lateral view (scale equals 100 μm). 3-4, Glandulina ovula d’Orbigny, 1846 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (3) and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (4). 5, Pseudopolymorphina sp. in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 6, Sigmoidella elegantissima (Parker and Jones, 1865) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 7, Ammobaculites agglutinans (d’Orbigny, 1846) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 8, Ammobaculites exiguus Cushman and Brönnimann, 1948 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 9-10, Ammobaculites persicus Lutze, 1974 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (10). 11, Ammoscalaria pseudospiralis (Williamson, 1858) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 12, Labrospira crassimargo (Norman, 1892) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 13, Spiroplectammina sagittula (Defrance, 1824) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 14, Spiroplectinella wrightii (Silvestri, 1903) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 15, Spirotextularia floridana (Cushman, 1922a) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 16, Eggerelloides scaber (Williamson, 1858) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 17-18, Asterorotalia pulchella (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (17) and in dorsal view with long spines (scale equals 500 μm) (18).

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FIGURE 4. 1, Gaudryina angulata Cushman, 1924 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 2, Gaudryina convexa (Karrer, 1865) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 3, Reophax agglutinatus Cushman, 1913 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 4-5, Reophax scorpiurus de Montfort, 1808 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (4) and in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (5). 6, Nodulina dentaliniformis (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 7-8, Ammonia beccarii (Linnaeus, 1758) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (7) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (8). 9-10, Ammonia parkinsoniana (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (10). 11-12, Ammonia tepida (Cushman, 1926) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (11) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (12). 13-14, Asterorotalia dentata (Parker and Jones, 1865) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (13) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (14). 15-16, Asterorotalia inflata (Millett, 1904) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (15) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (16). 17-18, Rotalidium annectens Parker and Jones, 1865 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (17) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (18). 19-21, Rotalinoides compressiuscula (Brady, 1884) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (19); in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (20); and in lateral view (scale equals 100 μm) (21).

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FIGURE 5. 1-2, Rotalinoides gaimardii (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (2). 3-6, Neorotalia calcar (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (3); in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (4); elongate form in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (5); and elongate form in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (6). 7-8. Pararotalia boltovskoyi Jain and Bhatia, 1978 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (7) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (8). 9-10, Pararotalia calcariformata McCulloch, 1977 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (10). 11-12, Pararotalia nipponica Asano, 1936 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (11) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (12). 13-14, Pararotalia venusta (Brady, 1884) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (13) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (14). 15-16, Calcarina hispida Brady, 1876 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (15) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (16).

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FIGURE 6. 1-2, Calcarina spengleri (Gmelin, 1791) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (2). 3, Cribroelphidium excavatum (Terquem, 1875) in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm). 4, Cribroelphidium poeyanum (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 5, Elphidiella hannai (Cushman and Grant, 1927) in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm). 6, Elphidium advenum subsp. limbatum (Chapman, 1907) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 7, Elphidium advenum var. depressulum Cushman, 1933 in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm). 8, Elphidium asiaticum Polski, 1959 in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm). 9, Elphidium botaniense Albani, 1981 in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm). 10, Elphidium carteri Hayward in Hayward, Hollis and Grenfell, 1997 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 11, Elphidium charlottense (Vella, 1957) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 12, Elphidium charlottense (Vella, 1957) in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm). 13, Elphidium craticulatum (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 14, Elphidium crispum (Linnaeus, 1758) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 15-16, Elphidium hispidulum Cushman, 1936 in apertural view (scale equals 300 μm) (15) and in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (16). 17, Elphidium macellum (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 18, Elphidium somaense Takayanagi, 1955 in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm). 19, Elphidium striatopunctatum (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 20, Nonion fabum (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm).

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FIGURE 7. 1-2, Amphistegina bicirculata Larsen, 1976 in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 1 mm) (2). 3-4, Amphistegina gibbosa d’Orbigny, 1839 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (3) and in lateral view (scale equals 500 μm) (4). 5, Amphistegina lessonii d’Orbigny in Guerin-Meneville, 1843 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 6-7, Amphistegina papillosa Said, 1949 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (6) and in lateral view (scale equals 300 μm) (7). 8-10, Amphistegina radiata (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (8); in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (9); and in lateral view (scale equals 500 μm) (10). 11, Astrononion stelligerum (d'Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 12, Nonion commune (d'Orbigny, 1846) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 13, Nonion costiferum (Cushman, 1926) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 14, Nonionella basispinata (Cushman and Moyer, 1930) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 15, Nonionellina labradorica (Dawson, 1860) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 16, Nonionoides elongatum (d'Orbigny, 1852) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 17, Nonionoides grateloupii (d'Orbigny, 1839a) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 18, Nonionoides turgida (Williamson, 1858) in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm). 19, Nonionoides boueana (d'Orbigny, 1846) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 20, Haynesina depressula (Walker and Jacob, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm).

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FIGURE 8. 1-2, Baggina indica (Cushman, 1921) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (2). 3-4, Cancris auriculus (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (3) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (4). 5-6, Cancris bubnanensis (McCulloch, 1977) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (5) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (6). 7-8, Cancris carinata (Millet, 1904) in dorsal view (scale equals 300μm) (7) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (8). 9-10, Cancris communis Cushman and Todd, 1942 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (10). 11-12, Cancris sagra (d’Orbigny, 1839a) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (11) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (12). 13-15, Neoeponides margaritifer (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (13); in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (14); and in apertural view (scale equals 500 μm) (15). 16-17, Eponides cribrorepandus (Asano and Uchio, 1951) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (16) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (17). 18-19, Eponides repandus (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (18) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (19). 20, Rosalina macropora (Hofker, 1951) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm).

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FIGURE 9. 1-2, Poroeponides lateralis (Terquem, 1878) in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (2). 3-4, Rosalina bradyi (Cushman, 1915) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (3) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (4). 5-6, Rosalina floridana (Cushman, 1922a) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (5) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (6). 7-8, Rosalina globularis d'Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (7) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (8). 9-10, Discorbinella bertheloti (d'Orbigny, 1839b) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (10). 11, Stilostomelloides virgula (Brady, 1879b) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 12, Rectuvigerina phlegeri Le Calvez, 1959 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 13, Uvigerina asperula Cžjžek, 1848 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 14, Uvigerina akitaensis Asano, 1950 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 15, Uvigerina auberiana d'Orbigny, 1839 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 16, Uvigerina ex gr. semiornata d’Orbigny, 1846 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 17, Uvigerina mediterranea Hofker, 1932 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 18, Uvigerina peregrina Cushman, 1923 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 19, Uvigerina pygmaea d'Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 20, Siphouvigerina porrecta (Brady, 1879b) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 21-22, Siphouvigerina proboscidea (Schwager, 1866) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (21) and in apertural view (scale equals 100 μm) (22). 23, Trifarina angulosa (Williamson, 1858) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm).

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FIGURE 10. 1, Bulimina aculeata d'Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 2, Bulimina marginata d'Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 3-4, Bulimina striata d'Orbigny in Guérin-Méneville, 1843 in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (3) and in apertural view (scale equals 100 μm) (4). 5, Globobulimina turgida (Bailey, 1851) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 6-8, Reussella haizumensis Asano, 1950 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (6); in closer view (scale equals 100 μm) (7); and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (8). 9, Reussella spinulosa (Reuss, 1850) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 10, Valvobifarina mackinnonii (Millett, 1900a) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 11, Bolivina obscura He, Hu and Wang, 1965 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 12, Bolivina cistina Cushman, 1936 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 13, Bolivina dilatata Reuss, 1850 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 14-15, Bolivina kuriani (Seibold, 1975) in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (14) and in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (15). 16-17, Bolivina persiensis Lutze, 1974 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (16) and in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (17). 18-19, Bolivina pusilla Schwager, 1866 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (18) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (19). 20, Bolivina spathulata (Williamson, 1858) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 21, Bolivina striatula Cushman, 1922a in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 22, Pseudobrizalina lobata (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 23, Sagrinella durrandii (Millett, 1900b) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 24, Saidovina karreriana (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 25, Loxostomina amygdalaeformis (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 26, Loxostomina mayori (Cushman, 1922) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm).

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FIGURE 11. 1, Fursenkoina hadai Uchio, 1962 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 2-3, Fursenkoina pannikeri (Seibold, 1972) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (2) and in closer view (scale equals 100 μm) (3). 4, Fursenkoina schreibersiana (Cžjžek, 1848) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 5-6, Cibicides kullenbergi Parker, 1953 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (5) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (6). 7-9, Cibicides pachyderma (Rzehak, 1886) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (7); in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (8); and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (9). 10-11, Cibicides patalaensis Haque, 1956 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (10) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (11). 12-14, Cibicides praecinctus (Karrer, 1868) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (12); in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (13); and in apertural view (scale equals 400 μm) (14). 15, Cibicides pseudolobatulus Perelis and Reiss, 1975 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 16-17, Cibicides refulgens de Montfort, 1808 in lateral view (scale equals 200 μm) (16) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (17). 18-19, Cibicides wuellerstorfi (Schwager, 1866) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (18) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (19). 20-21, Hanzawaia nitidula (Bandy, 1953) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (20) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (21). 22. Planorbulina mediterranensis d'Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm).

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FIGURE 12. 1-2, Lobatula lobatula (Walker and Jacob, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (2). 3-4, Cymbaloporetta bradyi (Cushman, 1915) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (3) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (4). 5, Riminopsis asterizans (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 6-7, Hansenisca soldanii (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (6) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (7). 8, Operculina ammonoides (Gronovius, 1781) in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 9, Operculina bartschi Cushman, 1921 in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 10, Operculina complanata (Defrance, 1822) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 11, Operculina discoidalis d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 12, Operculina elegans Cushman, 1921 in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 13, Operculina granulosa Leymerie, 1846 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 14, Operculina hardiei d’Archiac and Haime, 1853 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 15, Heterostegina depressa d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 16, Planostegina operculinoides (Hofker, 1927) in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 17-19, Pileolina patelliformis (Brady, 1884) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (17); in lateral view (scale equals 100 μm) (18); and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (19). 20, Planogypsina acervalis (Brady, 1884) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 21, Sphaerogypsina globulus (Reuss, 1848) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm).

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FIGURE 13. 1, Stainforthia fusiformis (Williamson, 1858) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 2-3, Beella digitata (Brady, 1879a) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (2) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (3). 4-5, Globigerina bulloides d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (4) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (5). 6-7, Globigerina falconensis Blow, 1959 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (6) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (7). 8-9, Globigerina quinqueloba Natland, 1938 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (8) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (9). 10-11, Globigerinella calida (Parker, 1962) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (10) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (11). 12-13, Globigerinella radians (Egger, 1893) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (12) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (13). 14-15, Globigerinella siphonifera (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (14) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (15). 16, Globigerinella siphonifera (d’Orbigny, 1839) in apertural view (scale equals 400 μm). 17-18, Globigerinoides conglobata (Brady, 1879a) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (17) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (18). 19-20, Globigerinoides rubra (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (19) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (20). 21, Orbulina universa d’Orbigny, 1839 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm).

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FIGURE 14. 1-4, Globigerinoides sacculifera (Brady, 1877) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (1); in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (2); in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (3); and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (4). 5-6, Globigerinoides triloba (Reuss, 1850) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (5) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (6). 7-8, Globoturborotalita sp. in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (7) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (8). 9-10, Sphaeroidinella dehiscens (Parker and Jones, 1865) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (10). 11, Candeina nitida d’Orbigny, 1839 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 12, Globigerinita glutinata (Egger, 1893) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 13-14, Globorotalia cultrata (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (13) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (14). 15-16, Globorotalia menardii (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (15) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (16). 17-18, Globorotalia tumida (Brady, 1877) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (17) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (18). 19-20, Globorotalia ungulata Bermúdez, 1961 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (19) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (20).

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FIGURE 15. 1, Globorotalia neoflexuosa in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 2-3, Neogloboquadrina dutertrei (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (2) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (3). 4-5, Neogloboquadrina incompta (Cifelli, 1961) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (4) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (5). 6-8, Pulleniatina obliquiloculata (Parker and Jones in Carpenter, Parker and Jones, 1862) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (6); in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (7); and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (8). 9, Textularia agglutinans d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 10, Textularia candeiana d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 11, Textularia earlandi Parker 1952 in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 12, Textularia fistula Cushman, 1911 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 13-14, Textularia granulata Costa 1855 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (13) and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (14). 15, Textularia pala (Cžjžek, 1848) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 16, Textularia pseudogramen Chapman and Parr, 1937 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 17, Bigenerina nodosaria d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 18, Sahulia conica (d’Orbigny, 1839) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 19, Sahulia kerimbaensis (Said, 1949) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 20, Karrerotextularia flintii (Cushman, 1911) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 21, Spirorutilus carinatus (d’Orbigny, 1846) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm).

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FIGURE 16. 1, Clavulina angularis d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 2-3, Martinottiella cylindrica (d’Orbigny, 1852) in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm) (2) and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (3). 4, Pseudoclavulina serventyi (Chapman and Parr, 1935) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 5, Hyperammina friabilis Brady, 1884 in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm). 6-7, Lagenammina difflugiformis (Brady, 1879a) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (6) and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (7). 8, Psammosphaera fusca Schulze, 1875 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 9-10, Adelosina longirostra (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (10). 11-12, Adelosina pulchella (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (11) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (12). 13, Cribrolinoides curta (Cushman, 1917) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 14, Miliammina fusca (Brady, 1870) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 15, Pseudohauerinella orientalis (Cushman, 1946) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 16, Sigmoihauerina bradyi (Cushman, 1917) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 17, Agglutinella arenata (Said, 1949) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm).

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FIGURE 17. 1-2, Cycloforina semiplicata (McCulloch, 1977) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (2). 3-4, Flintina bradyana Cushman 1921 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (3) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (4). 5, Hauerina earlandi Rasheed, 1971 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 6-7, Hauerina ornatissima (Karrer, 1868) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (6) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (7). 8, Lachlanella barnardi (Rasheed, 1971) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 9, Massilina laevigata (Cushman and Todd, 1944) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 10, Quinqueloculina agglutinans d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 11-12, Quinqueloculina auberiana d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (11) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (12). 13, Quinqueloculina bicarinata d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 14-15, Quinqueloculina bosciana d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (14) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (15). 16, Quinqueloculina exmouthensis Parker, 2009 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm).

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FIGURE 18. 1-2, Quinqueloculina bubnanensis McCulloch, 1977 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (1) and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (2). 3-4, Quinqueloculina delicatula Vella, 1957 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (3) and in apertural view (scale equals 300 μm) (4). 5, Quinqueloculina lamarckiana d’Orbigny, 1839 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 6, Quinqueloculina lizardi Baccaert, 1987 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 7, Quinqueloculina parkeri (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 8, Quinqueloculina parvula Schlumberger, 1894 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 9-11, Quinqueloculina philippinensis Cushman, 1921 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (9); in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (10); and in apertural view (scale equals 500 μm) (11). 12, Quinqueloculina schlumbergeri (Wiesner, 1923) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 13-14, Quinqueloculina seminula (Linnaeus, 1758) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (13) and in ventral view (scale equals 100 μm) (14). 15-17, Quinqueloculina subparkeri McCulloch, 1977 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (15); in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (16); and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (17). 18, Quinqueloculina subpolygona Parr, 1945 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 19-20, Quinqueloculina sulcata Fornasini, 1900 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (19) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (20).

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FIGURE 19. 1-2, Quinqueloculina undulose costata Terquem 1882 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (1) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (2). 3-4. Quinqueloculina venusta Karrer, 1868 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (3) and in ventral view (scale equals 400 μm) (4). 5, Quinqueloculina vulgaris d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 6-8, Cribromiliolinella milletti (Cushman, 1954) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (6); in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm) (7); and in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (8). 9, Miliolinella circularis (Bornemann, 1855) dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 10-11, Miliolinella subrotunda (Montagu, 1803) in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm) (10) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (11). 12-13, Miliolinella webbiana (d’Orbigny, 1839b) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (12) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (13). 14-16, Pseudotriloculina kerimbatica (Heron-Allen and Earland, 1939) in apertural view (scale equals 400 μm) (14); in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (15); and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (16). 17-18, Pseudotriloculina linneiana (d’Orbigny, 1839a) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (17) and in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm) (18).

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FIGURE 20. 1, Parahauerinoides fragilissima (Brady, 1884) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 2, Pseudotriloculina sp., in dorsal view (scale equals 100 μm). 3, Pyrgo denticulata (Brady, 1884) in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm). 4. Pyrgo inornata (d’Orbigny, 1846) in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm). 5-6, Pyrgo oblonga (d’Orbigny, 1839a) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (5) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (6). 7, Pyrgo sp. in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm). 8, Pyrgo williamsoni (Silvestri, 1923) in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm). 9-10, Triloculina echinata d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (10). 11-12, Triloculina insignis (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (11) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (12). 13-14, Triloculina oblonga (Montagu, 1803) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (13) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (14). 15, Triloculina schreiberiana d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 16-17, Triloculina terquemiana (Brady, 1884) in lateral view (scale equals 400 μm) (16) and in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (17). 18, Triloculina tricarinata d’Orbigny, 1826 in apertural view (scale equals 200 μm).

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FIGURE 21. 1, Triloculina trigonula (Lamarck, 1804) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 2, Sigmoilopsis schlumbergeri (Silvestri, 1904) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 3-4, Spirosigmoilina tenuis (Cžjžek, 1848) in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm) (3) and in apertural view (scale equals 100 μm) (4). 5, Inaequalina affixa (Terquem, 1878) in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 6, Spiroloculina antillarum d’Orbigny, 1839a in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 7, Spiroloculina communis Cushman and Todd, 1944 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 8, Spiroloculina costifera Cushman, 1917 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 9, Spiroloculina depressa d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm). 10, Spiroloculina excavata d’Orbigny, 1846 in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 11, Spiroloculina eximia Cushman, 1922a in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 12, Spiroloculina henbesti Petri, 1955 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 13, Spiroloculina indica Cushman and Todd, 1944 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 14, Spiroloculina inflata Terquem 1882 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm). 15, Spiroloculina lucida Cushman and Todd, 1944 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 16. Spiroloculina neocircularis McCulloch, 1977, dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 17, Spiroloculina nitida d’Orbigny, 1826 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 18, Spiroloculina orbis Cushman, 1921 in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 19, Spiroloculina sp. in dorsal view (scale equals 400 μm).

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FIGURE 22. 1-2, Spiroloculina parvula Chapman, 1902 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (1); and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (2). 3-4, Spiroloculina subimpressa Parr, 1950 in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm) (3) and in ventral view (scale equals 300 μm) (4). 5, Miliolid sp. in dorsal view (scale equals 200 μm). 6, Peneroplis pertusus (Forskål, 1775) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 7, Peneroplis planatus (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 8, Monalysidium confusa (McCulloch, 1977) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 9-10, Edentostomina cultrata (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 1 mm) (9) and in ventral view (scale equals 500 μm) (10). 11-12, Edentostomina rupertiana (Brady, 1881) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (11) and in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (12). 13-14, Planispirinella exigua (Brady, 1879b) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm) (13) and in ventral view (scale equals 200 μm) (14). 15, Alveolinella quoii (d’Orbigny, 1826) in dorsal view (scale equals 500 μm). 16, Borelis melo (Fichtel and Moll, 1798) in dorsal view (scale equals 300 μm).

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