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1 July 2003 Cocoarota orali n. sp. (Foraminifera) from Upper Maastrichtian-Lower Lutetian deposits of Turkey
Nurdan Inan
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Cocoarota orali, a new foraminifer species, is described from the Upper Maastrichtian and Upper Danian levels of Niksar (Tokat); from the Upper Danian levels of Gölköy (Ordu) and Tecer (Sivas); from the Thanetian level in the Gürlevik Mountain (Sivas), Elazýð and Safranbolu (Karabük); from the Cuisian-Lower Lutetian levels of Andýrýn (Kahramanmaraþ) regions, all in Turkey. The new species is characterized by its test shape, two layered wall and hexagonal ornamentation. It is provisionally assigned within Cocoarota genus because of its test shape, coiling and other structural features, but differs from other species in Cocoarota by its two layered wall.

Nurdan Inan "Cocoarota orali n. sp. (Foraminifera) from Upper Maastrichtian-Lower Lutetian deposits of Turkey," Micropaleontology 49(2), 201-204, (1 July 2003). https://doi.org/10.1661/0026-2803(2003)049[0201:CONSFF]2.0.CO;2
Received: 7 December 2002; Accepted: 1 March 2003; Published: 1 July 2003
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