ASCHEMOCELLA Vyalov, 1966
Type species: Aschemocella carpathica Neagu, 1964 (*2233), p. 582; OD.
Aschemocella Vyalov, 1966 (*3326), p. 31.
Irregularly ovoid chambers in a linear or dichotomously branching series, increasing very slowly in size; wall of agglutinated quartz, mica, and sponge spicules in abundant cement; may have more than one rounded aperture, terminal, or may be at side of chamber, probably just before a new branch arises. U. Cretaceous (Campanian); Romania; USSR.
Rounded proloculus followed by elongate tubular chambers in a rectilinear series, septa may be incomplete and may not be readily visible externally; wall vitreous, opaque, with scattered agglutinated large grains; aperture simple, terminal. Holocene; N. Atlantic, off France: Gulf of Gascony.