Discorbacea

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The Discorbacea is a family of Jurassic to Recent foraminifera within the order [[Rotaliina|Rotaliida]], test of which are of perforate, hyaline, optically radial calcite, with chambers arranged in a low trochospiral; aperture interiomarginal on the umbilical side of the test which may be bordered by a nonperforate area or umbilical flap. Range: Jurassic to Recent.
The Discorbacea is a family of Jurassic to Recent foraminifera within the order [[Rotaliina|Rotaliida]], test of which are of perforate, hyaline, optically radial calcite, with chambers arranged in a low trochospiral; aperture interiomarginal on the umbilical side of the test which may be bordered by a nonperforate area or umbilical flap. Range: Jurassic to Recent.
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Discorbacia, Discorboidea in more recent classifications, unites the following families:</br>
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Discorbacia, Discorboidea in more recent classifications, unites the following families:<br/>
[[Bagginidae]]<br/>
[[Bagginidae]]<br/>

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