Class: Nodosariata    Subclass: Nodosariana    Order: Nodosariida    Family: Nodosariidae
Amphicoryna hirsuta (d'Orbigny, 1826)
  Synonyms:
  
Amphicoryna hispida (d'Orbigny, 1826)used in: HAYW2011
Dentalina floscula d'Orbigny, 1846used in: PAPP1985
Nodosaria hirsuta d'Orbigny, 1826used in: PAPP1985
Nodosaria hispida (Soldani, 1791)used in: PAPP1985

Reference: HAYW2011  /  WFD AphiaID: 417824      
     Morphological Attributes:
Wallmaterial: hyaline
Overall appearance: elongate
Coiling: uniserial
Chamberform: pyriform
Aperture Position: terminal
Aperture Form: radiate, --, neck, --
Sutures: depressed, straight, --
Ornamentation: hispid - pustulose, --, --, --



identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
New Zealand and off
Challenger Station 167
FEU-1003968
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
New Zealand and off
Challenger Station 166
FEU-1003969
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent


FEU-1011664
identified by scientist

Neogene
Miocene

Vienna Basin
Baden
FEU-1006984
identified by scientist

Neogene
Miocene

Vienna Basin
Baden
FEU-1006985
   
identified by scientist

Neogene
Miocene

Vienna Basin
Baden
FEU-1007017
identified by scientist

Neogene
Miocene

Vienna Basin
Baden
FEU-1007025
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Pleistocene

Mediterranean
Roda
FEU-1016470
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene
---
North European Plain
Stade
FEU-1002866
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene

North European Plain
Gross Pampau
FEU-1008482
   
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene

North European Plain
Winterswijk Borehole
FEU-1016001
identified by M. Hesemann

Paleogene
Oligocene
Rupelian
North European Plain
Bad Freienwalde
FEU-1016923