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Class: Nodosariata    Subclass: Nodosariana    Order: Vaginulinida    Family: Vaginulinidae
Lenticulina calcar (Linné, 1767 )
  Synonyms:
  
Cristellaria calcar (Linnaeus, 1758)used in: HAYW2011
Nautilus calcar Linnaeus, 1758used in: HAYW2011
Nautilus calcar alpha Fichtel & Moll, 1798used in: HAYW2011
Robulus calcar (Linnaeus, 1758)used in: HAYW2011

Reference: HAYW2011  /  WFD AphiaID: 113784      
     Morphological Attributes:
Wallmaterial: hyaline
Overall appearance: coiled spirally
Coiling: planispiral
Chamberform: triangular to trapezoid
Aperture Position: terminal
Aperture Form: radiate, --, --, --
Sutures: raised, curved, --
Ornamentation: --, --, spinose, keeled






identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Micronesia + Philippine Basin    Challenger Station 209

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Challenger Station 23

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
Caribbean    Challenger Station 24
   

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
    

identified by scientist   
Quaternary    Holocene    recent
    

identified by scientist   
Neogene    Miocene    Burdigalian
Pannonian Basin    Matraverebely
   

identified by scientist   
Neogene    Miocene    
Vienna Basin    Baden

identified by scientist   
Neogene    Miocene    
Vienna Basin    Baden

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    
Molasse Basin    Ort im Innkreis
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    
Iberian Peninsula    Quelfes

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    
Iberian Peninsula    Quelfes

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    Tortonian
Mediterranean    Stazzano
   

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    
Iberian Peninsula    Quelfes

identified by M. Hesemann   
Neogene    Miocene    
Iberian Peninsula    Quelfes