Fusulinacea

Fusulinacea

[‚fyü·zə·lə′nās·ē·ə]
(paleontology)
A superfamily of large, marine extinct protozoans in the order Foraminiferida characterized by a chambered calcareous shell.
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The Permian strata of South-East Asia were correlated with the help of Fusulinacea and Brachiopoda due to their extensive development and close zonation (Tazawa, 2002).