Danian Deep Water (Bathyal) Agglutinated Foraminifera from Bavaria and Their Comparison with Approximately Coeval Agglutinated Assemblages from Senegal and Trinidad

  • Ivan De Klasz
  • Sandrine De Klasz
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A taxonomic description of Danian agglutinated foraminifers from pelagic marls of the northern Tethys margin (Ultrahelvetic Zone) is presented. Material has been collected from an outcrop of Grub, near Eisenärzt, Bavaria, which is the type locality of the cosmopolitan deep-water genus Quadratobuliminella. A considerable part of the assemblage shows marked taxonomic similarities with those encountered in deposits of nearly the same age from Senegal and also with the recently revised Lower Paleocene agglutinated foraminifera of Trinidad. Planktonic foraminifers permitted a precise dating of our fauna (lower part of Blow’s P2, Morozovella uncinata zone). According to the benthic foraminiferal association, the bathymetric position of the Bavarian assemblages and that of the Senegal faunas (based both on benthic foraminifers and ostracods) is middle bathyal. In our opinion, the bathymetry of the Bavarian association is shallower than the Senegal one. Both localities seem to be considerably shallower than the Trinidad in situ assemblages studied by Kaminski et al. (1988). The agglutinated group represent approximately half of the benthic assemblages in the Bavarian samples, thereby approaching the proportion observed in the lower part of the Senegal section, but lower than in the top level of our Marnes des Madeleines locality of Senegal.


Benthic Foraminifera Middle Eocene Planktonic Foraminifera Foraminiferal Assemblage Benthic Foraminifer 
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