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Class: Miliolata    Subclass: Miliolana    Order: Miliolida    Family: Miliolidae
Miliolinella  ---
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identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    
Caribbean    Bonaire

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    
Caribbean    Bonaire

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Mediterranean Sea    Malia
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Mediterranean Sea    Malia

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Sea of Japan and around    Osaka Bay 439f

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Sea of Japan and around    Osaka Bay 439f
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
New Zealand and off    Hicks Bay

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Hawaii    Kukuiula

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Hawaii    Kukuiula
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Hawaii    Kukuiula

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Hawaii    Kukuiula

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off West Africa    Mauritanian Shelf
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off West Africa    Mauritanian Shelf

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off West Africa    Mauritanian Shelf

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
off West Africa    Mauritanian Shelf
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Red Sea    Blue Hole

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