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Class: Nodosariata    Subclass: Nodosariana    Order: Vaginulinida    Family: Vaginulinidae
Neoflabellina reticulata (Reuss, 1851)
  Synonyms:
  
Flabellina favosa Beissel, 1891used in: FREN2000
Flabellina reticulata Reuss, 1851used in: FREN2000
Frondicularia reticulata (Reuss, 1851)used in: FREN2000
Neoflabellina postreticulata Hofker, 1956used in: FREN2000
none  used in: 
Palmula reticulata (Reuss, 1851)used in: FREN2000

Reference: FREN2000  /  WFD AphiaID: not available      
     Morphological Attributes:
Wallmaterial: hyaline
Overall appearance: leaf-like
Coiling: spiral to serial
Chamberform: V-shaped
Aperture Position: terminal
Aperture Form: round oval reniform, --, neck, --
Sutures: raised, straight, thickened
Ornamentation: hispid - pustulose, reticulate, --, --






identified by scientist   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Ruegen

identified by scientist   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Ruegen

identified by scientist   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Ruegen
   

identified by scientist   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Ruegen

identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Hemmoor

identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Hemmoor
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Hemmoor

identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Hemmoor

identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Hemmoor
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Cretaceous    Upper Cretaceous    Maastrichtian
North European Plain    Hemmoor