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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2009-1031

Vibracore, Radiocarbon, Microfossil, and Grain-Size Data from Apalachicola Bay, Florida

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Table 2. List of microfossils identified in vibracore samples

Microfossil name Microfossil
abbreviation in data
Ammonia parkinsoniana A_parkinso
Ammonia veneta A_veneta
Ammonia sp.* Ammoni_sp
Ammotium salsum A_salsum
Buccella hanni B_hanni
Bulliminella elegentissima B_elegenti
Cibicides sp.* Cibicid_sp
Deuterammina sp.* Deutera_sp
Elphidium advena E_advena
Elphidium excavatum E_excavatu
Elphidium delicatulum E_delicatu
Elphidium gunteri E_gunteri
Elphidium mexicanum E_mexicanu
Elphidium poeyanum E_poeyanum
Gaudryina sp.* Gaudryi_sp
Glandulina laevigata G_laevigat
Haynesina germanica H_germanic
Hanzawaia concentrica H_concentr
Other species other_spp
Protononion atlanticum P_atlantic
Quinquloculina compta Q_compta
Quinquloculina laevigata Q_laevigat
Quinquloculina lamarckiana Q_lamarcki
Other miliolids Other_mill
Reophax sp.* Reophax_sp
Rosalina floridans R_florida1
Rosalina floridanensis R_florida2
Textularia spp.* Textul_spp
Trifarina bella Tri_bella

*sp refers to only one species that is not named; spp. means there are more than one species of a genera included in that count.

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