Cibicididae

Cibicides lobatulus, copyright Marek Zajaczkowski & Patrycja Jernas.

Belongs within: Planorbulinida.
Contains: Heterolepa.

The Cibicididae are a group of spiral foraminifera known from the Cretaceous to the present. In members of the subfamily Planulininae, the test is free and has a single aperture; in Cibicidinae, the test is attached by its spiral side and some forms have multiple apertures (Loeblich & Tappan 1964b).

Characters (from Loeblich & Tappan 1964b): Test free or attached, trochospiral to nearly planispiral, or later spreading, irregular or cyclical; wall coarsely perforate, radial in structure, septa double (bilamellar); aperture interiomarginal, may extend onto spiral side, and peripheral supplementary apertures may occur.

<==Cibicididae [Cibicidinae, Heterolepidae]
    |  i. s.: Planorbulinoides Cushman 1928LT64b
    |           `--*P. retinaculata (Parker & Jones in Carpenter, Parker & Jones 1862) [=Planorbulina retinaculata]LT64b
    |         Epithemella Sliter 1968HW93
    |         HeterolepaAB19
    |         Anomalinoides Brotzen 1942HW93
    |           |--A. pinguis (Jennings 1936) [=Anomalina pinguis; incl. *Anomalinoides plummerae Brotzen 1942]LT64b
    |           |--A. globosusS05
    |           `--A. macraglabraH90
    |--Dyocibicides Cushman & Valentine 1930B-F08, C40 [incl. Rectocibicidella McLean 1956LT64b]
    |    |--*D. biserialis Cushman & Valentine 1930C40
    |    |--D. robertsi (McLean 1956) [=*Rectocibicidella robertsi]LT64b
    |    `--D. variabilisLJ98
    |--+--Cycloloculina Heron-Allen & Earland 1908B-F08, LT64b [=Cycloloceilina (l. c.)LT64b]
    |  |    |--*C. annulata Heron-Allen & Earland 1908LT64b
    |  |    `--C. miocenicaC40
    |  `--+--Rectocibicides Cushman & Ponton 1932B-F08, C40
    |     |    `--*R. miocenicus Cushman & Ponton 1932C40
    |     `--+--Cibicidella Cushman 1927B-F08, C40
    |        |    `--*C. variabilis (d’Orbigny 1826) [=Truncatulina variabilis]LT64b
    |        `--Cyclocibicides Cushman 1927B-F08, C40
    |             `--*C. vermiculata (d’Orbigny 1826) [=Planorbulina vermiculata]LT64b
    `--Cibicides Monfort 1808B-F08, G86 (see below for synonymy)
         |--*C. refulgens de Montfort 1808 [=*Truncatulina refulgens]LT64b
         |--C. advenumM62
         |--*Craterella’ albescens Dons 1942 [=*Crateriola albescens]LT64b
         |--‘Truncatulina’ boueanaF71
         |--C. collinsiB49
         |--*Polyxenes’ cribratus de Montfort 1808LT64b
         |--C. cygnorum Carter 1964A68
         |--*Soldanina’ exagona Costa 1856LT64b
         |--C. kullenbergiH90
         |--C. lobatulus (Walker & Jacob 1798)C94 [=Truncatulina lobulataBK77, Lobatula lobatulaM08]
         |--C. mediocrisH90
         |--C. neoperforatusH90
         |--C. notocenicusH90
         |--C. novozelandicusH90
         |--C. perforatusH90
         |--C. pseudolobatusS05
         |--*Storilus’ radiatus de Montfort 1808LT64b
         |--C. strelkovi Mikhalevich 1976G86
         |--C. temperataH90
         |--‘Truncatulina’ ungerianaH04
         |--C. variabilisLT64a
         |--*Lobatula’ vulgaris Fleming 1828LT64b
         `--C. wuellerstorfiM12
Nomen nudum: Cibicides molestus Battey 1949B49

Cibicides Monfort 1808C40, G86 [=Cymbicides (l. c.)LT64b, Truncatulina d’Orbigny 1826LT64b; incl. Aristeropora Ehrenberg 1858C40, Craterella Dons 1942 nec Pers. 1794 (ICBN) nec Schrammen 1901 nec Kofoid & Campbell 1929LT64b, Crateriola Strand 1943LT64b, Lobatula Fleming 1828C40, Polyxenes de Montfort 1808LT64b, Soldanina Costa 1856LT64b, Storilus de Montfort 1808LT64b]

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

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