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OrderFORAMINIFERIDA
Sub OrderFUSULININA
Super FamilyFUSULINACEA
FamilySCHWAGERINIDAE
Sub FamilySCHWAGERININAE
Genus TRITICITES

TRITICITES Girty, 1904
 
 
Type species: Miliolites secalicus Say, in James, 1823 (*1599), p. 328; OD.Triticites Girty, 1904 (*1239), p. 234.
Girtyina Staff, 1909 (*3059), p. 490 (on p. 490 refers to "Fusulina (Girtyina) ventricosa in Schellwien's Manuscript" but discusses Girtyina in the generic sense, with type species "G. ventricosa Meek"; Girtyina is regarded as a subgenus on p. 506, without indication as to the genus); type species: Fusulina cylindrica var. ventricosa Meek and Hayden, 1859 (*2085), p. 261; OD.
Schwagerina (Triticites) Deprat, 1913 (*936), p. 8 (nom. transl.).
Grabauina Lee, 1924 (*1812), p. 51; type species: Grabauina disca Lee, 1924; OD.Triticites (Rauserites) Rozovskaya. 1948 (*2655), p. 1637 (name not available, ICZN Art. 13 (a)(i), no description).
Triticites (Rauserites) Rozovskaya, 1950 (*2657), p. 30: type species: Triticites stuckenbergi Rauzer-Chernousova, 1938 (*2516), p. 110, 155; OD.
Ferganites A. D. Miklukho-Maklay, 1959 (*2126), p. 16: type species: Triticites ferganensis A. D. Miklukho-Maklay, 1950 (*2116), p. 61, 68; OD.Paratriticites Kochansky-Devidé, 1969 (*1711), p. 298; type species: Paratriticites jesenicensis Kochansky-Devidé, 1969; OD.
Small to medium in size, inflated fusiform to subcylindrical, poles acuminate to bluntly pointed, whorls expanding slowly and evenly, septa of earlier species plane in the median region, irregularly fluted toward the poles, septa of advanced species regularly fluted throughout; wall of tectum and well-defined alveolar keriotheca, single straight tunnel bordered by chomata that range from thin to massive. U. Carboniferous (L. Stephanian), Missourian, to L. Permian (Sakmarian), Wolfcampian; USA: Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Arizona, California; South America; Yugoslavia; European and Asiatic USSR; Japan; China; Southeast Asia.
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