Family HAUERINIDAE Schwager, 1876
Hauerinidae Steinmann, 1881(*3065), p. 41 )nom. corr.). Hauerinidee Schwager, 1876 (*2829), p. 483) nom. imperf.). Hauerinina Lankester, 1885 (*1790), p. 846.Hauerinae Delage and Hérouard, 1896 (*926), p. 124. Schlumbergerinidae Mikhalevich, 1980 (*2108), p. 56. Spiroglutinidae Mikhalevich. 1983 (*2111), p. 100. Sigmoilinitidae Mikhalevich. 1983 (*2111), p. 121 (nom.imperf. as Sigmoilitinidae: nom. transl. ex subfamily). Triloculinidae Mikhalevich, 1983 (*2111), p. 130, nom.transl. ex subfamily Triloculininae.Falsotubinellidae Bogdanovich and Mikhalevich, in Mikhalevich. 1983 (*2111), p. 102.
Py rgoida Mikhalevich, 1983 (*2111), p. 134. Agglutinellidae El-Nakhal. 1985 (*1106A), p. 105.
Test with proloculus followed by two chambers per whorl, rarely with intervening flexostyle: chambers added in one to five or more planes of coiling; less commonly the adult test may have more than two chambers per whorl or may be uncoiled and rectilinear; aperture at the open end of the final chamber, and may have a simple to complex tooth or trematophore. Jurassic to Holocene.
Remarks: The Miliolinae are recognized as a separate family, characterized by the numerous perforations or pseudopores in the wall. Of other family group names available. that based on Hauerina has priority for the present family (see ICZN Art. 78 (f)(iv)).