FORAMINIFEROS DEL OLIGOCENO Y MIOCENO DEL SUBSUELO DE LA PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRES.
AbstractProvince subsurface. Foraminifers from Oligocene and Miocene sediments of the Buenos Aires Province subsurface, mentioned in Malumián (1970), are treated systematically. A later finding: Globigerina brevis Jenkins, indicates the ocurrence of Lower Oligocene in the Colorado Basin, and confirms a relation of planktonic foraminifers from Argentine with those of New Zealand-South Australia. All together, 96 specia and forms, distributed in 49 genera, are considered, and a new species: Fissurina coloradoensis is described.
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