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The earliest New Zealand species is Quasibolivinella taylori (Early Oligocene) which presumably was carried here from southern Australia.

The earliest New Zealand species is Quasibolivinella taylori (Early Oligocene) which presumably was carried here from southern Australia. It was closely followed by the arrival of three cosmopolitan species-Bolivinella interrupta (Middle Oligocene), B. subrugosa (Middle to Late Oligocene) and B. rugosa (Middle Oligocene to Late Miocene). The endemic Quasibolivinella finlayi . p. Late Oligocene to Middle Miocene) and Bolivinella bensoni . Late Oligocene to Early Miocene) probably evolved from Q. taylori and B. rugosa respectively

Oligocene and Miocene larger foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand. The distribution of late Palaeogene to early Neogene larger Foraminiferida in the Australian-Pacific region is related to climate and the interaction of tectonic plates.

Oligocene and Miocene larger foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand. Bulletin - Australia Bureau of Mineral Resources. Biometrical studies of Early Neogene larger Foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand.

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MATSUMARU, K. (1996) - Tertiary Larger Foraminifera (Foraminiferida) from the Ogasawara Islands, Japan.

1984) - Oligocene and Miocene larger Foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Australia, Bulletin, 188: 1-98. 1945) - Larger Foraminifera of Lau Fiji. Bulletins of Bishop Museum, 181: 272-297. 1957) - Larger Foraminifera, In : Geology of Saipan, Mariana Islands : Paleontology. MATSUMARU, K. Paleontological Society of Japan, Special Papers, 36: 1-239. MARTIN, K. (1880) - Die Tertiärschichten auf Java, Lief 3, Paläontologischen Theil (1879-1880).

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Upper Oligocene-Lower Miocene neritic limestones were located off the Trobriand Platform and on the . Chaproniere GCH (1980) Biometrical studies of early Neogene larger Foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand. Alcheringa 4:153–181CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Upper Oligocene-Lower Miocene neritic limestones were located off the Trobriand Platform and on the inner wall of the New Britain Trench. Miocene bathyal sediments come from the Trobriand Platform; similar Pliocene rocks were recovered here as well as from the inner wall of the New Britain Trench and the central part of the Solomon Sea Basin. No reworked pre-Tertiary foraminifera are present in any sample. Eocene Foraminifera Middle Miocene Australian Bureau Middle Eocene. Bureau of Mineral Resources Bulletin, 188: 1–98. Australasian mid-Tertiary larger foraminferal associations and their bearing on the East Indian Letter Classification. Bureau of Mineral Resources Journal of Australian Geology and Geophysics, 6: 145–51.

Miocene and Pliocene planktonic foraminifera, Papua-New Guinea; Rhizocorallium in the Lower Cretaceous rocks of Australia; .Oligocene and Miocene larger foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand.

Miocene and Pliocene planktonic foraminifera, Papua-New Guinea; Rhizocorallium in the Lower Cretaceous rocks of Australia; The Ostracod genus Cryptophyllus in the Upper Devonian and Carboniferous of Western Australia. 63. Permian pelecypods and gastropods from Western Australia. 64. Early Upper Cambrian fossils from Queensland. 189. Palynological studies in the Lower Cretaceous of the Surat Basin, Australia. Late Oligocene - Earliest Miocene (Foraminiferida) from the Ogasawara Islands, Japan. reefal limestones in the Far East. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Australia, Bulletin, 188 : 1-98. Bulletins of REFERENCES Bishop Museum, 181 : 272-297.

Oligocene and Miocene larger foraminiferida from Australia and New Zealand.

Australasian mid-Tertiary larger foraminiferal associations and their bearing on the East Indian Letter Classification. Tertiary larger foraminiferids from the northwestern margin of the Queensland Plateau, Australia.