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Blow, 1959

Spinose, closely related to Globigerina bulloides, but with symbionts. Adults differ from Globigerina bulloides in smaller size, slightly elongated last chamber, smaller aperture, and distinct apertural lip.

Ref.: Malmgren and Kennett (1977), Ortiz et al. (1995).

Distribution: In the South Atlantic, transitional to warm water.

Globigerina falconensis