WEBBINELLA Rhumbler. 1904
Type species: Trochammina (Webbina) irregularis (d'Orbigny) var. hemisphaerica Jones, Parker, and Brady, 1866 (*1622), p. 27; SD Cushman, 1918 (*710), p. 61.Webbinella Rhumbler. 1904 (*2617), p. 228. Arwebbinum Rhumbler, 1913 (*2621), p. 346 nerr. emend.). Lingulopyrulinoides Saidova. I975 (*2695), p. 202: type species: Lingulopyrulinoides crassa Saidova. 1975 (recteL. crassus): OD.
Test attached, early stage probably free, ovate in outline, chambers in polymorphine or pyruline arrangement, low, strongly over-lapping the earlier chambers and separated by oblique sutures, later with a narrow to broad keel-like to flangelike chamber attached to the substrate and surrounding the earlier part of the test; wall calcareous, hyaline, perforate radial, surface smooth; aperture terminal, slit-like. L. Cretaceous (Albian) to Holocene; cosmopolitan.
Remarks: Lingulopyrulinoides was described as a polymorphinid with biserially arranged chambers and a marginal keel completely surrounding the test but appears to be a Webbinella that has been detached from the substratey