Class: Rotaliata    Subclass: Textulariana    Order: Textulariida    Family: Textulariidae
Bigenerina nodosaria d'Orbigny, 1826
  Synonyms:
  
none  used in: 

Reference: HAYW2011  /  WFD AphiaID: 113862      
     Morphological Attributes:
Wallmaterial: agglutinated
Overall appearance: elongate
Coiling: tri-/bi- to uni-/biserial
Chamberform: pyriform
Aperture Position: terminal
Aperture Form: round oval reniform, no tooth, no neck, no lip
Sutures: depressed, curved, --
Ornamentation: --, --, --, --



identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
west of Ireland
Porcupine Station 10
FEU-1003262
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
west of Ireland
Porcupine Station 6
FEU-1003263
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Mediterranean Sea
Marmara Sea
FEU-1005538
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Banda, Timor and Arafura Sea
Sahul Shelf and Timor Sea
FEU-1017119
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Banda, Timor and Arafura Sea
Sahul Shelf and Timor Sea
FEU-1017120
   
identified by scientist

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Banda, Timor and Arafura Sea
Sahul Shelf and Timor Sea
FEU-1017131
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
West of Ireland
Hebridian Slope
FEU-1004148
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Mediterranean Sea
Marmara Sea
FEU-1005539
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Mediterranean Sea
Marmara Sea
FEU-1005540
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Coral Sea
Great Barrier Reef
FEU-1005845
   
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Mediterranean Sea
Alboran Ridge
FEU-1013175
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
North Sea
Blavand
FEU-1015105
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Central North Atlantic
Little Meteor Bank
FEU-1017275
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Holocene
recent
Mediterranean Sea
Bracki Channel
FEU-1018105
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Pleistocene
---
Mediterranean
Salice
FEU-1014049
   
identified by M. Hesemann

Quaternary
Pleistocene
---
Mediterranean
Salice
FEU-1014053
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Pliocene
Piacenzian
Mediterranean
Rio Merli
FEU-1005371
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene
---
North European Plain
Stade
FEU-1002499
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene

North European Plain
Gross Pampau
FEU-1008634
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene

North European Plain
Gross Pampau
FEU-1015048
   
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene

North European Plain
Gram
FEU-1017383
identified by M. Hesemann

Neogene
Miocene

North European Plain
Stade
FEU-1017527
identified by M. Hesemann

Paleogene
Eocene
Priabonian
American South
Choctaw County
FEU-1018422
identified by M. Hesemann

Paleogene
Eocene
Priabonian
American South
Choctaw County
FEU-1018633