CRIBRATINOIDES Saidova, 1975
Type species: Sulcophax battelinus Saidova,1961 (*2691), p. 22; OD.Cribratinoides Saidova, 1975 (*2695), p. 68. Test large, 2 mm to 4 mm in length, uniserial and rectilinear, with closely appressed chambers; wall coarsely agglutinated, outer layer of tightly packed grains, inner layer less firmly cemented and friable, with carbonate cement; aperture terminal, an elongate oval slit, nearly flush with the surface and lacking a distinct neck. Holocene; NW Pacific, region of Kamchatka Peninsula and the Kurile Islands, from 283 m to 2,133 m.
Remarks: Although originally the type species was referred to Sulcophax, the present genus is large and has a thick, coarsely agglutinated wall, whereas Sulcophax is a small, delicate form with a single layer of grains in the wall and an aperture recessed in a terminal furrow.