Globigerina

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See also: globigerina

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Globigerina drawn with the spines of living specimens (a), and the calcareous dead remains found on the ocean floor (b)

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Globigerina f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Globigerinidae – plankton that have apparently been in existence since the mid-Jurassic, used to infer paleoclimatic conditions.

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