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OrderFORAMINIFERIDA
Sub OrderMILIOLINA

Suborder MILIOLINA Delage and Hérouard, 1896
 
Miliolina Loeblich and Tappan, 1961 (*1904), p. 219, nom. corr. pro suborder Miliolidae.
Miliolidae Delage and Hérouard, 1896 (*926), p. 117 (suborder).Miliolidea Lankester, 1885 (*1790), p. 846 (order). Miliolidaceae Hartog, in Harmer and Shipley, 1906 ( *1424 ), p. 59 (order).Miliolida Calkins, 1909 (*477A), p. 39 (order). Cornuspiroidea Wedekind. 1937 (*3355), p. 87 (order). Orbitolitacea Wedekind. 1937 (*3355), p. 120 (suborder). Cornuspiridea Jirovec, 1953 (*1613), p. 335 (suborder). Rotaliea Mikhalevich. 1980 ( *2108), p. 55 (class: partim). Rotaliata Mikhalevich, 1980 (*2108), p. 56 (subclass:partim).Cornuspirida Mikhalevich, 1980 (*2108), p. 57 (order). Schlumbergerinida Mikhalevich, 1980 (*2108), p. 56 (order).Orbitolitida Mikhalevich. 1980 (*2108), p. 57 (order). Alveolinida Mikhalevich. 1980 (*2108), p. 57 (order). Miliolicea Saidova, 1981 (*2696), p. 27 (class). Miliolicae Saidova. 1981 (*26%), p. 28 (subclass). Cyclogyrina Saidova. 1981 (*2696), p. 28 (suborder). Nubeculariina Saidova, 1981 (*2696), p. 29 (suborder). Soritina Saidova. 1981 (*2696), p. 33 (suborder). Alveolinellinina Saidova, 1981 (*2696), p. 35 (suborder).
Test of porcelaneous high magnesium cal-cite, of fine randomly oriented rodlike crys­tals, 1.5 µm to 2.0 µm in length and 0.24µm in diameter, seen only with the electron micro-scope, the random crystal orientation refracting light in all directions to result in the milky opacity or porcelaneous appearance in reflected light, wall appears brown and glassy in transmitted light, may have surface layer of variously arranged tabular rhombohedral crys­tals, commonly with organic lining and may have added adventitious material; true pores may occur in protoconch of some, generally imperforate in post embryonic stage, but may have pseudopores; may have flexostyle or spi­ral passage between proloculus and later cham­bers; sexual reproduction in some known to involve many inequally biflagellate gametes with characteristically long blepharoplast and axostyle that are freed in the water column. Carboniferous to Holocene.
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