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(Hofker, 1956)

Spinose, with 4 globular chambers in last whorl, surface similar to that of Globigerinoides ruber. In Holocene samples easily distinguished by reddish color throughout entire test.

Ref.: Parker (1976), Vincent (1976).

Distribution: Typically warm water, occasionally occurring in fairly high numbers (up to 3% of the spring assemblage in tropical regions).

Remark: = Globigerina rubescens

Globoturborotalita rubescens