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THE FORAMINIFERA OF TEE FORMATION
REPRESENTED AT PACKARD1S HILL, SANTA BARBARA,
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
A Thesis
Presented to
the Facility of the Department of Geology
University of Southern California
In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Degree
Master of Science in Geology
hy
S. Rex Jeffreys
January 1940
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SUMMARY...................................
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INTRODUCTION ..............................
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General Purpose . .
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Locality ................................
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General Information ......................
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS............................
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HISTORICAL REVIEW..........................
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A LIST OF FORAMINIFERA F O U N D ...............
GENERAL DISCUSSION........................
27
Comparison with Timms Point List .........
by W. P. Rankin and B.L a i m i n g ..........
27
Comparison with Timms Point List
by S, U. Barnes........................
28
Comparison with Bath House Beach List • • • .
28
by W. P. Rankin • . ...................
Comparison with Hilltop Quarry L i s t .......
by G. E. T a s h ..........................
29
Comparison with San Diego List ...........
by W* P. Rankin • .
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29
Comparison with Pico List .................
by R. Artusy . . * ....................
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30
RELATIVE AGE AND CONCLUSIONS...............
33
BIBLIOGRAPHY..............................
PHOTO-MICROGRAPHS OF FORAMINIFERA........... Plate I-XVII
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SUMMARY
There has been no previous literature published on the
foraminifera of what has been called the Santa Barbara form­
ation of Packard’s Hill, Santa Barbara, California, although
in 1903 Ralph Arnold collected megafossils along the south­
eastern slope of the hill.
The material upon which this the­
sis is based, was collected from the same locality (see map),
about one half mile northwest of the yacht harbor.
To date,
the writer has identified one hundred and sixty-eight differ­
ent species, some only varieties.
Three species, Triloculina
tiejiensis. Pyrgoella sp., and Cibicides sp. 3, were found
which had been described by Barnes in 1938 as new species
from Timms Point.
Six specimens have been termed new species
and twenty-nine varieties have been numbered, some of which
may be new species.
In comparisons with lists of foraminifera
from Timms Point (Rankin and Laiming), Timms Point (Barnes),
Bath House Beach (Rankin), Hilltop Quarry (Tash), San Diego
(Rankin), and Upper Pico (Artusy) formations, it is found that
the Packard’s Hill list resembles most closely the Timms Point
(Barnes) list.
With the evidence gathered and presented, the
writer believes the Packard’s Hill beds to be of the same
horizon as or slightly below the Timms Point formation, but
that they may not be definitely termed Lower Pleistocene.
In­
dividual slides for each species and variety are being filed
z
with the Geology Department of the University of Southern
California.
The Foraminifera of the Formation
Represented at Packardfs Hill, at Santa Barbara,
Santa Barbara County, California
INTRODUCTION
General Purpose:
The general purpose of this study is not to make cor­
relations, although some such conclusions are drawn, but to
present a detailed survey of the foraminifera contained in
what has been called by Arnold
the Santa Barbara formation
at Packard*s Hill, Santa Barbara, California*
The list of
foraminifera, as given, is a representative fauna of the en­
tire exposure on Packard’s Hill, as seen in samples taken from
different levels throughout the formation.
The work was begun
in February, 1938, and completed in December, 1939.
The field
work was carried on during the summer months; preliminary
research on literature and associated formations was done in
the spring of 1938.
The final work, including the comparison
of the Packard*s Hill list of foraminifera with six other re­
lated lists of foraminifera in southern California, was com­
pleted in November, 1939, at the University of Southern
California.
1
Ralph Arnold, "The Paleontology and Stratigraphy of
Marine Pliocene and Pleistocene of San Pedro, California,"
Mem. Calif. Acad. Science. Vol. Ill, 1903, pp. 30-34.
4
Although foraminifera were abundant in the samples,
they were far outnumbered by large bryozoans.
Pelecypods,
ostracods, small gastropods, and sponge spicules also were
abundant.
There was insufficient time to study these other
forms, although some gastropods, sponge spicules, and ostra­
cods were examined.
Locality:
The area studied is located in the southwest corner of
the Santa Barbara Quadrangle, Santa Barbara County, California,
approximately one half mile from the Pacific Ocean (see map).
Packard's Hill (the present Diblee Hill) lies to the southwest
of the city proper, directly north of the yacht basin.
It is
a ridge about three hundred feet high which runs due north for
nearly a mile.
The section examined, on the southern slope,
extends from the top of the hill downward for about one hun­
dred and fifty feet, where it is lost beneath a landslide and
paved roads.
Ralph Arnold,**" in the geologic map of his Fer­
nando (including Santa Barbara) formation indicates that it
extends down to the cliffs and includes the so-called Bath
House Beach formation.
This much-discussed question, as to
the extent of the formation, has yet to be answered.
Paul
2
Ralph Arnold, "Geology and Oil Resources of the Summerland Oil District, Santa Barbara County, California,"
United States Geological SurveyrBulletin, 321, 1907, p. 77.
Goudkoff, consulting micropaleontologist of Los Angeles, believes the two sections to he the same formation.
The out­
crops from which the writer’s samples were taken were along
the southeast ridge of Packard's Hill, which is almost pre­
cipitous.
The rocks consist of fine fossiliferous sandy marl,
sandstone, and sandy shales dipping slightly west of south at
angles varying from fifteen to forty-five degrees.
On the
side of the hill facing the ocean, the section consists large­
ly of hryozoan marl and sandstone.
Where the bryozoans are
present in greatest numbers, they form hard protruding shelves
This is also true of the Bath House Beach material.
General Information:
The samples collected were taken at intervals of approx
imately fifteen feet stratigraphically, except for one jump of
sixty-five feet due to a landslide.
The samples were placed
in individual containers and labeled in the field, according
to their relative depth from the top of the hill.
The samples
were washed and dried in the sun and passed through a coarse
(No. 8) screen to remove the large bryozoans and pelecypods
and then through a fine mesh (No. 120} screen to remove the
fine dust and sand.
The remaining material was separated in­
to two samples to simplify picking out the different sizes of
3
Oral communication.
6
foraminifera.
Each station was worked separately, and individual
slides for the representative species from each station were
used.
Another set of slides containing the entire fauna of
foraminifera in the whole formation represented at Packard's
Hill, with individual slides for species and varieties, has
been filed with the Department of Geology of the University
of Southern California.
The general taxonomy was determined through the use of
literature on Miocene, Pliocene, Pleistocene, and Kecent for­
aminifera. The collection of Timms Point foraminifera made
by Barnes4 and the White 5 collection belonging to the Depart­
ment of Geology were of the utmost assistance in classifying
the Packard's Hill material.
The list of foraminifera from
the beds at Packard's Hill was compared with six other lists
of foraminifera from associated formations in order to deter­
mine the age and relative position of the Packard's Hill beds.
Acknowledgements:
To Dr. A. J. Tieje, Professor of Geology at the Univer4
S. U. Barnes, "The Foraminifera of the Timms Point
Formation at San Pedro, Los Angeles County, California,"
Unpublished Thesis, Univ. of Southern California, 1938.
5
Ellamarie White, Set of slides of Timms Point Foram­
inifera, prepared by White, Univ. of Southern California, 1934.
7
sity of Southern California, the writer wishes to express sincerest appreciation for suggesting the problem and for criti­
cism and advice in the preparation of this thesis*
The writer
is grateful to Dr* fhomas Clements, Associate Professor of
Geology at the University of Southern California, for his
assistance in completing the work during the years 1938-39.
fhe writer wishes, also, to express thanks to Dr. Paul Goudkoff of Los Angeles for suggestions and information on the
Packard*s Hill beds.
To Dr. Bobert L. Rutherford, of the
University of Southern California College of Dentistry, the
writer is indebted for taking all of the photo-micrographs.
Historical Review:
fhere has been no previous literature published on the
foraminifera of the beds of Packard*s Hill, called by Arnold
the "Santa Barbara formation."
In 1903, Arnold described the
megafossils of Packard’s Hill and their relation to the Bath
c.
House Beach beds.
At that time he considered
the latter
strata to be Pliocene in age.
In 1907, he published a report
7
on the geology of the Summerland District, in which the Packg
Ralph Arnold, "fhe Paleontology and Stratigraphy of
Marine Pliocene and Pleistocene of San Pedro, California,"
Mem. Calif. Acad. Science. Vol. Ill, 1903, pp. 30-34.
7
Ralph Arnold, "Geology and Oil Resources of the Summerland District, Santa Barbara County, California," United
States Geological Survey.Bulletin. 321, 1907, p. 121.
ard*s Hill deposits were discussed and their relative age
suggested as Upper Pliocene or Lower Pleistocene, but in this
latter report Arnold again used the megafossils as the basis
of correlation*
not used*
At this time the name "Santa Barbara" was
Phe Pleistocene-Pliocene-Miocene beds of the Santa
Barbara area, in general, were called "Pernando."
Since then
the name "Santa Barbara," for beds in another type locality
lying ;just below the Las Posas formation, itself Pleistocene,
has come into use by the oil companies and private geologists
Q
Reed,
refers to the San Pedro (Pleistocene) beds of
the Los Angeles basin as San Pedro or Santa Barbara, and as
containing shallow water foraminifera*
He also, however,
lists a Pliocene correlation of Ventura County by B. L. Clark
in which he calls Santa Barbara, in general, the equivalent
of Upper Pliocene.
In a later work, Keed*^ mentions briefly the Packard*s
Hill beds in general, but no comment is made in regard to
their age.
^Ralph L. Reed, "Geology of California," Publication
American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Pulsa, Okla*.
i&33, p. iso:
^Ralph D. Reed, 0£. cit*. p. 20.
■^Ralph L. Reed, and J. S. Hollister, "Structural Evolu
tion of Southern California," Bulletin American Association
of Petroleum Geologists. Vol. 20, Ho. 12, 1936, p. 221.
9
LIST OF FORAMINIFERA FOUND
The following is a complete list of the foraminifera
which the writer found in the heds represented at Packard*s
Hill.
They are listed according to the Joseph A. Cushman
classification and arrangement of families and genera.
new species and varieties are included in this list.
The
A refer­
ence is given for each form under the specific name.
Family
LITUOLIDAE
Genus EAPLOPSRAGMOIDES
Cushman
HAPLOPHRAGMOIDES ADVENA Cushman
Haplophragmoides advena Cushman: Cushman, Cush. Contr.
Vol. 1, 1925, p. 383; Bull. Scripps Inst. Oceanography,
Tech. Ser., Vol. 1, 1927, p. 135.
Family
Genus
TEXIULARIIDAE
JEXTULARIA
Defranc
TEXTULARIA sp. ?
Family
Genus
VERNEULINIPAE
GAUDRYINA
d*Orhigny
GAUDRYINA ARENARIA Galloway and Wissler
Gaudryina arenaria Galloway and Wissler; Galloway and
Wissler,"To urn. Pal., Vol. 1, 1927, p. 62; Barnes,
Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 6.
GAUDRYINA TRIANGULARIS Cushman
Gaudryina triangularis Cushman; Cushman, U.S. Nat. Mus.
B'ui. 7l, Pi. 2, l9ll, p. 65; Cushman, Stewart and
Stewart, Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Eist., Vol. 6,
No. 2, 1930, p. 51; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C.,
1938, p. 6.
10
GAUDRYINA TRINIIATENSIS Nuttall
Gaudryina triniiatensis Nuttall: Nuttall, Quart. Journ.
Geol. boo"".'," Vol. 84, 1938, p. 76; Cushman, Cush.
Contr., Vol. 8, Pt. 2, 1952, p. 6; Barnes, Unpubl.
Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 6.
GAUDRYINA sp. ?
Family
Genus
VAL VUL INIDAE
DOROIHIA
Plummer
DOROIHIA CONULA (Reuss)
Pert alaria conula Reuss: Reuss, Verstein. bohn, Kreide.,
1645, p • 38; Cushman, Cush. Contr. Spec. Publ., No. 8,
p. 75.
Family
Genus
MILIOLIDAE
MASSILINA
Schlumberger
MASSILINA GUNTERI Cushman and Ponton
Massilina gunteri Cushman and Ponton; Cushman and Ponton, Florida ^reol. Surv. Bull. 9, p. 47; Barnes,
Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1958, p. 8.
Genus
PYRGO
Defranc
PYRGO BULLPIPES (d 1Orbigny)
Biloculina bulloides d^lSrbigny: d*Orbigny, Annales des
Sci. Nat., Vol. 7, No. 1, 1826, p. 297; Bagg, U.S.G.S.
Bull. 513, 1912, p. 25.
PYRGO DEPRESSA
(d'Orbigny) var. MURRHINA
Sehwager
Biloculina depressa d*Orbigny var. murrhina Schwager;
Schwager, "Novara" Exped* Geol. Theil., Vol. 2, 1866,
p. 215; Bagg, U.S.G.S. Bull. 513, 1912, p. 24.
PYRGO DEPRESSA n. var.
PYRGO RINGENS (Lamarck)
Miliolites ringens Lamarck: Lamarck. Annales Mus., Vol.
5, 1804, F. TSr.
Biloculina ringens (Lamarck); Bagg, U.S.G.S. Bull. 513,
1512, p. 26.
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Genus
PYRGOELLA
Cushman and White
PYRGOELLA SPHAERA d 1Orbigny
Pyrgoella sphaera d*Orbigny: Cushman and White, Cush*
"uontr"*"' TorT^E, Pt. 4, 1936, p. 90.
PYRGOELLA SPHAERA n. var.
PYRGOELLA n. 8£. (a)
T E o ^ plate 10)
PYRGOELLA n. S£. (b)
THo¥e plate 10)
Genus QUIEQUELOCULIEA
d*Orbigny
QUIEQUELOCULIEA AGGLUIIEAES d 1Orbigny
Quin que1oculina agglut inans d vOrbigny: d1Orbigny, in
De LaSagra,' Hi si • Pi s• Bol. Eat. Cuba, Porams., 1639,
p. 196; Cushman, U.S.G.S. Bull., 676, 1918, p. 22.
QUIE QUELOCUL IEA AiHjERIAEA d* Orbigny
Qainqueloculina akneri'ana d 1Orbigny. d*Orbigny, Poram.
Poss . Vienne, 1&4B, pi. 18; Cushman, Stewart and
Stewart, Trans. San Diego Soc. Eat. Hist., Vol. 6,
Eo. 2, 1930, p. 62; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis,U.S.C.,
1938, p. 7.
QUIEQUELOCULIEA AXEERIAEA n. var. 1.
QUIEQUELOCULIEA AEEERIAEA n. var. 2.
QUIEQUELOCULIEA AUBERIAEA d 1Orbigny
Quinquelocu'lina auberiana d 1Orbigny; Cushman, U.S.G.S.
Bull., 676, 1918, p. 71.
QUIE QUEL 0CULIEA AUBERIAEA n. var. 1.
QUIEQUELOCULIEA AUBERIAEA n. var. 2.
QUIEQUELOCULIEA BIDEE TATA d TOrbigny
Quinqueloculina bidentata d'Orbigny: d 1Orbigny, in De
La Sagra, Hist. Pis. Pol. Eat. Cuba, Porams., 1939,
p. 197; Cushman, U.S.G.S. Bull., 676, 1918, p. 33.
QUIUQUBLOCULIUA LAMARCKIUA d 1Orbigny
Qainqaeloculina lamarckina d* Orbigny: in De La Sagra,
Sist. #is. £ol. Nat* £uba, Porams., 1939, p. 197;
Cushman and Valentine, Stanford Univ., Contr. Dept.
Geol., Vol. 1, 1933, p. 10; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis,
U.S.C., 1938, p. 7.
QUID QUELOCULIDA SBMIUULA Linnaeus
Qainqueloculina seminula linnaeus; Linnaeus, Voy. Amer
kerid., ^Porams.|T, 1839, p. 73; Cushman, Cush. Contr
Vol. 5, Pt. 3, 1928, p. 59; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis,
U.S.C., 1938, p. 8.
QUIDQUBLQ CULIUA TRIGOUULA (Goes)
Miliolina trigonula Goes: fcoes, Kougl. Svenska Ve Tenkaps Akad. Handl. Bel. 25, Ho. 9, 1894, p. 115.
Miliolites lamarck Lamarck. Annales du Museum. Vol. 5.
l i o . 3, 1804, p. 351.
QUIUQUBLOCULIUA
S£.
1?
QUIUQUBLOCULIHA
S£.
2?
QUIUQUBLOCULIHA
S£.
3?
QUIUQUELOCULIUA
S£.
4?
Genus
TBILQCULIHA
d 1Orbigny
TRILOCULIUA TIBJIBHSIS Barnes
Triloculina tiejiensis Barnes: Barnes. Unpubl. Thesis,
U.S.C.,' 193$, p. 27.
TRILOCULIUA TRIANGULARIS d 1Orb igny
Triloculina triangularis d*Orbigny; d*Orbigny, Annales
des Sci. Hat"., vol. 7,' 1829, p. 302, Ho. 34.
TRILOCULIHA
Family
Genus
S£?
OPTHALMIDIIDAE
CQRHUSPIRA
Schultze
CORHUSPIRA IHVOLVBHS Reuss
Cornuspira involvens Reuss: Reuss, Contr. Stan. Univ.
ftept. Ceol., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1930, p. 19.
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Family
Genus
LAGEHIDAE
LAGENA
Walker and Jacob
LAGENA ACUIICQSTA Reuss
Lagena acuticosta Reuss; Aeuss, Sitzungober, Akad. Wiss.
Wien. Vol. 44,1861, p. 305; Cushman, Stewart and
Stewart, Trans. San Diego Soc. Hat. Hist., Vol. 6,
Ho. 2, 1930, p. 57; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C.,
1938, p. 11.
LAGENA COS TATA Williamson var. ANRHORA Reuss
Lagena anphora Reuss: Reuss, Sitz. Akad. Wiss. 7/ien.,
vol. 46, 1862, p. 330; Cushman, U.S. Hat. Mus. Bull.
71, Pt. Ill, pi. 12, 1913.
LAGENA MARGINATA (Walker and Boys)
Serpula marginata Walkerand Boys; Walker and Boys,
Min. Test. 1784, p. 2.
Lagena marginata (Walker and Boys): Cushman, Cush.
ConFr., Vol. 5, Pt. 3, 1929, p. 71.
LAGEHA MARGINATA n. var.
LAGEHA ORBIGHYAHA
Seguenza var. ELLIPTICA
(Cushman}
Lagena orbignyana Seguenza var. elliptica Cushman;
Cushman", CusE. Contr., Vol. 5, Pt. 3, 1929, p. 70.
LAGEHA ROMETTEHSIS (Seguenza)
ffissurina 'romeFtensis Seguenza; Seguenza, Poram. Monotal.
Miocene Messina, 1862, p. 70; Galloway and Wissler,
Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 52.
Lagena
ser.
Lagena
U.S.
LAGEHA SUBSTRIATA Williamson
substriata Williamson: Ann. Mag. Hat. Hist.,
2^ Vol. 1, 1848, p. 15.
striata (d'Orbigny). var. substriata Williamson;
Hat. Mus. Bull. 71, 1913, p. 21.
LAGEHA SULCATA (Walker and Jacob)
Serpula sulcata Walker and Jacob; Walker and Jacob,
Adam's Essays, Kanmacher's Ed; 1788, p. 634.
Lagena sulcata (Walker and Jacob): Cushman, Cush. Contr.,
VoTT 5, tt." 3, 1929, p. 70.
LAGEHA SULCATA n. var.
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LACEKA WILLIAMSOHI (Alcock)
Entosolenia williamsoni Alcock; Alcock. Proc. Lit,
Phitos. 3oc., Vol. 4, 1865, p. 195.
Lagena williamsoni (Alcock); Cushman, Cush. Contr.,
VoIT 5, Pt. 3,~1929, p. 70.
Cenus
MARCIHULIHA
d'Orbigny
MARGIHULIHA n. S£.
THoFe plate 10)
Cenus
HODOSARIA
Lamarck
HODOSARIA COMMUHIS (d'Orbigny)
Dentalina communis d vOrbigny; d'Orbigny, Annales des
Sci. Hat., Vol. 7, 1826, p. 254.
Hodosaria communis (d'Orbigny); Bagg, U.S.G.S. Bull. 513,
1912, p. 54.
HODOSARIA ROEMERI (Heugeboren)
Dentalina roemeri Heugeboren; Denkschr. Akad. Wiss. Wien.,
Vol. 12, 1856, p. 82.
Hodosaria roemeri Reuss; Sitz. Akad. Wiss. Wien., Vol. 62,
1870, p. 475; Cushman, U.S. Hat. Mus. Bull. 71, 1913,
p. 55.
HODOSARIA SEMIHUDA (Reuss)
Dentalina seminuda Reuss; lenkschr. Akad. Wiss. Wien.,
Vol. 1, I860, p. 367.
Hodosaria seminuda Reuss; Sitzungsber. Akad. Wiss. Wien..
Vol. 62,"St. 1, 1870, p. 476.
HODOSARIA S£?
Cenus
PLAHULARIA
Defranc
BLAHULARIA REKIFOBMIS (d'Orbigny)
Cristellaria reniformis d fOrbigny; d'Orbigny, Eorams.
Boss. Vienne, 1846, p. 88; Bagg; U.S.C.S. Bull. 515,
1912, p. 66.
PLAHULARIA REHIEORMIS
var. II
PLAHULARIA n. sp.
T lio ^ e plate 10)
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Senas
ROBULUS
Mont fort
ROBULUS CUSHMANI Galloway and Wissler
Robulas cushmani Galloway and Wissler; Galloway and
Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 51.
Family
Genas
POLYMORPHICIDAS
GLOBULINA
d ’Orbigny
GLOBULINA GIBBA d 1Orbigny
Globalina gibba d^Orbigny; d ’Orbigny, Foram. Foss.
Vienne, 1&96, p. 227.
Polymorphinidae gibba (d’Orbigny); Cashman, U.S.G.S.
Ball. 6767 1918, p. 11; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C.,
1938, p. 13.
GLOBULINA GIBBA n. var. 1
GLOBULINA GIBBA n. var. 2
GLOBULINA ROTUNDA Author?
(White collection) Univ. So. Calif. Dept. Geol.
Genas
GUTTULINA
d *Orbigny
GUTTULINA QUINQUECOSTA Cashman and Ozawa
Guttulina quinquecosia Cushman and Ozawa; Cashman and
6zawa, Proc. U.D. Nat. Mus., Vol. 77, Art. 6, 1930,
p. 46.
Genas
POLYMORRHINA
d ’Orbigny
POLYMORPHINA BISERIALIS Galloway and Wissler
Polymorphina biserial!s Galloway and Wissler; Journ.
lal., Vol. 1, No. 1, 1927, p. 53.
POLYMORPHINA COMMUNIS d ’Orbigny
Polymorphina communis dvOrbigny: Annales des Soi. Nat.,
Vol. 7, 1826, p. 266.
Polymorphina communis Bagg; U.S.G.S. Bull. 513, 1912,
p. 68.
POLYMORPHINA SUBELLIPTICA Galloway and Wissler
Polymorphina suWlliptica Galloway and Wissler; Galloway
and Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, No. 1, July, 1927.
16
POLYMORPHINA TRILOCULARIS Bagg
Pol.vmorphinirTriTocaTaiTs^Bi^gT^Ba^g. U.S.G.S. Bull.
613, 1912, p . 76.
POLYMORPHINA
S£.
1?
POLYMOREHINA S£. 2?
POLYMORPHINA
Family
Genus
S£.
3?
NONIONIDAE
ELPHIDIUM
Montfort
ELPHIDIUM ARTICULATUM d *Orb igny
Elphidimn articulatam d1Orbigny; d1Orbigny, Gashman
and Valentine, Conir• Stan. Univ. Dept. Geol., Vol. 1,
Ho. 1, 1930, p. 21.
ELPHIDIUM CRISPUM (Linnaeus)
Nautilus crispum Linnaeus: Linnaeus, Syst. Nat. 10th. Ed.
■"-TTOFTp: ^ 5 ’7 'No . 276.
Elphidium crispum (Linnaeus); Cushman and Grant; Trans.
San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. 5, No. 6, 1927, p. 73;
Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 15.
ELPHIDIUM n. S£. (a)
TNoie plate 10)
ELPHIDIUM n. S£. (b)
TNolTe plate 10)
Genus
NONION
Montfort
NONION DEPRESSULA (Walker and Jacob)
Nautilus depressula Walker and Jacob; Walker and Jacob,
Adamfs Essays, Kammaeher1s Ed., 1789, p. 641.
Nonion depressula (Walker and Jacob); Cushman, U.S.G.S.
Bull. 67d, 1916, p. 19.
NONION DEPRESSULA n. var.
NONION GRATELOUPI d 'Orbigny
Nonion gra'telo upi d *Orbigny; Cushman and Valentine,
Stanford Univ • Contr. Dept. Geol., Vol. 1, No. 1, 1930,
p. 20; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 14.
17
NONION IN ClSUM Cushman
Nonipel incisum Cuslhman; Cushman, Contr. Cushman Lab.
Eoram. Kes., Vol. 1, Pt. 4, 1926, p. 90; ibid.,
Vol. 2, 1926, p. 66.
NONION PIZABBENSE Berry
Nonion pizarrense Berry; ()ush. Contr., Vol. 10, Ed. 1,
NONION SCAPBA (Pichtel and Moll)
Nautilus seapha Eichtel and Moll; Fichtel and Moll,
Pest. kicro., 1805, p. 105.
Nonion scapha (Eichtel and Moll); Galloway and Wissler,
Journ.' Pal., Vol. 1, No. 1, 1927, p. 81; Barnes, Un­
publ. Phesis, U.S.C., 1958, p. 14.
NONION UMBILI €APULA (Montagu)
Nautilus umbilicatula Montagu: Montagu. Pest. Brit..
’18'DS7p7 19Y ; BuppT. p. 78.
Nonion umbilioatula (Montagu); Cushman, Stewart and
Stewart, Prans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. 6,
No. 2, 1930, p. 60.
NONION
S£.
1?
NONION S£.
NONION
S£.
3?
NONION
Sjo.
4?
Genus
N ONIQNELLA
Cushman
NONIONELLA MIQQENICA Cushman
Norxionella miocenica bushman: Cushman, Cush. Contr.,
Vol. 2, 1926, p. 64; Cushman, Stewart and Stewart,
Prans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. 6, No. 2, 1930,
p. 61; Baines, Unpubl. Phesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 14.
NONIONELLA MIOCENICA n. var. 1
NONIONELLA MIOCENICA n. var. 2
Family
Genus
BULIMINIPAE
ANGUL 0GEBINA
Cushman
18
AUGULOGERIUA HUGHESI (Galloway and Wissler)
Uvigerina hughesi Galloway and Wissler; Galloway and
Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 76.
AUGULOGERIUA OCALAUA Cushman
Angulogerina oealana Cushman: Cushman. Cush. Contr..
Vol. 9, Ho. 1, 1953, p. 14.
Genus
BOLIVIHA
d ’Orbigny
BOLIVIUA BREVIOR Cushman
Bolivina brevior Cusbman; Cushman, Cush. Contr., Vol. 1,
£t. £, 19&5, p. 31; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C.,
1938, p. 16.
BOLI VIHA DSCURIATA Cushman
Bolivina decurtaTa Cusbman; Cushman, Cush. Contr., Vol.
2, Pt. 2, 1926, pi. 6.
BOLIVIHA SPISSA (Cushman)
Bolivina subadvena Cushman var. spissa Cushman; Cushman,
Cush. Contr., Vol. 2, Pt. 2, 1926, p. 45.
Bolivina spissa Cushman; Galloway and Wissler. Journ.
Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 72; Barnes, Unpubl.
Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 17.
BOLIVIUA SPISSA n. var.
BOLIVIUA sp?
Genus
BULIMIUELLA
Cushman
BULIMIHELLA CUBTA
Cushman var. BASISPIUATA
B.B. and K.C. Stewart
Buliminella ourta Cushman, var. basispinata R.E. and
IK.'C.Stewarfc',' Jo'urn• Pal., Vol. 4, Ho. 1, 1930, p. 66.
BULIMIUELLA ELEGAUTISSIMA d 1Orbigny
Buliminella elegantissima d fOrbigny; Cushman, Stewart
and Stewart, Trans. San Diego Soo. Hat. Hist., Vol. 6,
Ho. 2, 1930, p. 64.
Buliminella elegantissima d ’Orbigny; d’Orbigny, Voy.
Merid. 2mer. TS39, VoIT 5, Pt. 5, Eorams., p. 51.
Genus
UVIGEHIUA
d ’Orbigny
19
UVIGEBIHA of* AUBEBIAHA d'Orbigny
Uvigerina anberiana d'Orbigny; d'Orbigny, in De La Sagra,
Hist. $is. Pol. Nat. Cuba, 1839, ”Forams.", p. 106;
Galloway and Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927,
p. 76; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 17.
UVIGEBIHA BAGG I Galloway and Wissler
Uviperina baggi Galloway and Wissler; Galloway and Wis­
sler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 75; Barnes,
Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 17.
UVIGEHIIIA FABIHOSA Hantken
Uvigerina farinosa Hantken; Hantken, Mitt. Yahr. Kon.
Ungar. Geol. Anst., Vol. 4, p. 62; Galloway and Wis­
sler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 75; Barnes,
Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 17.
Family
Genus
BOTALIIDAE
DISCOBBIS
Lamarck
DISCOBBIS BEBTHELOTI (d'Orbigny)
Bosalina berthelolTi d 1Orbigny; d'Orbigny, Porams.
banarias, 1839, p. 135.
Disoorbis bertheloti (d'Orbigny): Bagg, U.S.G.S. Bull.
61&, 1912, p. 80; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis, U.S.C.,
1938, p. 19.
DISCOBBIS CBUSTAIA Cushman
Disoorbis orustata bushman: Cushman, Cush. Contr.,
Vol. 9, Ho. 4, 1933, p. 88; Barnes, Unpubl. Thesis,
U.S.C., 1938, p. 19.
DISCOBBIS PLOBIDAHA Cushman
Discorbis f1oridana bushman; Cushman, Carnegie Inst.
Wash., PubI. 311, 1922, p. 39; Cole, Florida Geol.
Surv., Bull. 6, 1931, p. 46.
DISCOBBIS PLOBIDAHA n. var.
DISCOBBIS aff. ISABELLEAHA (d'Orbigny)
Bosalina isabelleana d'Orbigny; d15rbigny, Voy. Amer.
Merid., 1839, Vol. 5, Pt. 5, "Porams.”, p. 43.
Disoorbis isabelleana (d'Orbigny); Cushman and Moyer,
busb.' bontr•, Vol• 6, Pt. 3, 1930, p. 60.
DISCOBBIS ISABELLEAHA n. var.
20
DISCOBBIS ROSACEA (d’Orbigny)
Botalia rosacea d ’Orbigny: d’Orbigny, Annales Sci. Nat,,
~ 76IT"77 I W ; p. 273.
Disoorbis rosacea Cushman: Cushman, U.S. Bat. Mus.,
£t. 6 \ l&iS, p. 13.
DISCOBBIS VILARDBBOANA (d *Orbigny)
Bosalina viiardeFoana d 1O'rb'igny: d ’Orbigny, Voy. Amer.
Merid., 1639, Vol. 51 Pt. 5, "Porams.", p. 44.
Disoorbis vilardeboana (d’Orbigny): Cushman, U.S.G.S.
■ TnnV'STT.TS'IS'/pV^.
Genus
BPOBIDES
Montfort
BPOBIDES ORNATA (d’Orbigny)
Bosalina ornata d ’Orbigny: Voy. Amer. Merid., 1839.
'Vol. 6, Pt'. 6, "Fortune*
p. 42.
Eponides ornata (d’Orbigny); Cushman, Stewart and
Stewart, fcrans. San Diego Soc. Bat. Hist., Vol. 6,
Bo. 2, 1930, p. 72; Barnes, Unpubl, Phesis, U.S.C.,
1938, p. 20.
EPONIDES ORNATA n. var. 1
BPOBIDES ORNATA n. var. 2
BPOBIDES TENERA (Brady)
Trunoatulina tenera brady: Brady. Bep. Voy. "Challenger."
Zoo!., Vol. £, 1884, p. 665.
Eponides tenera (Brady); Cushman, Bull Scripps Inst.
Oceanography, Tech. Ser., Vol. 1, 1927, p. 153.
Genus
SPIBILLIBA
Ehrenberg
SPIBILLIBA VIVIPARA Ehrenberg
Splrillina viyipara Ehrenberg; Ehrenberg, Abh. Ak. Wiss.
Berlin, 1641, p • 442; Galloway and Wissler, Journ.
Pal., Vol. 1, Bo. 1, 1927, p. 37; Barnes, Unpubl. The­
sis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 18.
Family
Genus
CASSIPULINIDAE
CASSIDULINA
d ’Orbigny
CASSIDULINA CALIFORNICA Cushman and Hughes
Cassidulina californica Cushman "and Hughes; Cushman and
Hughes, Cush. Contr., Vol. 1, Bo. 1, 1925, p. 12.
21
CASSIDULIHA LIMBATA Cushman and Hughes
Cassidulina limbatp Cushman and Hughes; Cushman and
Hughes, Cush. Contr•, Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1925, p. 12;
Calloway and Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1,
1927, p. 78.
CASSIDULIHA LOMIMSIS Calloway and Wissler
Cassidalina lomibensis Calloway and Wissler; Calloway
and Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 79.
CASSIDULIHA PULCHELLA d 1Orhigny
Cassidulina pulchelia d^Orbigny: d'Orbigny, Voy. Amer.
Merid., 1839, Vol. 5, Pt. 5, "Porams.", p. 57; Cush­
man and Hughes, Cush. Contr., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1925,
P . 15 .
CASSIDULIHA REPLEXA Calloway and Wissler
Cassidulina reflexa Calloway and Wissler; Galloway and
'Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 80.
CASSIDULIHA SUBGLOBQSA Brady
Cassidulina suYglobosa Brady: Brady, Contr. Stan. Univ.
Sept. G'eol., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1930, p. 27.
CASSIDULIHA PRAHSLUCEHS
Cassidulina transluce'ns Cushman and Hughes; Cushman and
Hughes, Contr. Cushman Lab. Poram. Res., Vol. 1, Pt.
1, 1925, p. 15.
Cenus
PULVIHULIHELLA
Cushman
PULVINULIHELLA PACIPICA Cushman
Palvinnlinella paoifioa Cushman; Cushman, Bull. Scripps
Inst. Oceanography, !?eeh. Ser., Vol. 1, 1927, p. 165.
PULVIHULIHELLA SMITHI R.E and X.C. Stewart
Pulvinulinella smithilT.h. and E.C. Stewart; R.E. and
K.C. Stewart, Journ. Pal., Vol. 4, Ho. 1, 1930, p. 70;
Barnes, Unpubl. Phesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 20.
Pamily
Cenus
CHILOS POMELLIDAE
PULLEHIA
Parker and Jones
PULLEHIA SALISBURYI R.E. and K.C. Stewart
Pullenia salisburyi R.E. and K.C. Stewart; R.E. and
K.C. Stewart, Journ. Pal., Vol. 4, Ho. 1, 1930, p. 72.
22
PULLEHIA n. sp.
TUotoT plate 11)
Family
Genas
GLOBIGERIHILAE
GLOBIGERIHA
d 1Orbigny
GLOBIGERIHA APERTURA Cashman
Globigerina ape'rtara Bushman; Cashman, U.S.G.S. Ball.
6767 1918, p. £>7; Galloway and Wissler, Joarn. Pal.,
Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 40.
GLOBIGERIHA BULLPILES d 1Orbigny
Globigerina bulloides d ’Orbigny; d*Orbigny, Annales des
Sci7 $at., Vol. 7, 1826, p. 277; Cashman, U.S.G.S.
Ball. 676, 1918, p. 12; Galloway and V/issler, Joarn.
Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 40.
GLOBIGERIHA CYCLOSTUM Galloway and Wissler
Globigerina cyclostnm Galloway and Wissler; Galloway
and Wissler, Joarn. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 42.
GLOBIGEHIHA HELICIHA d1Orbigny
Globigerina helicina d 1Orbigny; d ’Orbigny, Ann. Sci.
iJat., Vol. 7, 1826, p. 277; E.B. Brady, Rep. Voy.
"Challenger," Zool., Vol. 9, 1804, p. 605, pi. 81;
Cashman, U.S. Hat. Mas., Bail. 71, Pt. 4, 1914; Gallo­
way and Wissler, Joarn. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927,
p. 43.
GLOBIGERIHA IHFLAPA d ’Orbigny
Globigerina inflata d^Orbigny; Barker, Webb, and Berthelot7 Hist. Hat. lies Canaries, "Forams.", Vol. 2,
Pt. 2, 1839, p. 134.
GLOBIGERIHA QUALRILAPEEA Galloway and Wissler
Globigerina qaadrilatera Galloway and V/issler; Galloway
andWissler, Joarn. Pal., Vol. 1 , Ho. 1 , 1927, p. 44.
GLOBIGERIHA SUBCHEPACEA Chapman
Globigerina sabcretacea Chapman; Chapman, Journ. Lirr..
See. Zool., Vol. 28, 1902, p. 410; Galloway and Wis­
sler, Joarn. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 114.
23
Genus
ORBULIHA
d 1Orbigny
ORBULIHA UHIVERSA d 1Grbigny
Orb ulina universa d ^Orkigny; d fOrbigny, in Be La Sagra,
Hist. Pis’, ^ol. Hat. Cuba, Eorams., 1939, p. 5; Cush­
man, U.S.G.S. Bull. 676, 1918, p. 12; Galloway and
Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 45.
Family
Genus
GLOBPROPALIIBAE
GLOBQROPALIA
Cushman
GLOBOROTALIA GBAUBIS Galloway and Wissler
Globorotalia grandis Galloway and Wissler; Galloway
and Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 58.
GL OBPRO PALIA MCCOLLOMI Galloway and Wissler
Globorotalia mccollomi Galloway and Wissler; Galloway
and Wissler, Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 59.
GL0B0R0PAL1A PUUCPALAPA Author?
(White collection) Univ. So. Calif. Bept. Geol.
GLOBOROPALIA n. sp.
T H o W plate 11)
Family
Genus
AH OMALIHIBAE
AHOMALIHA
d*Orbigny
AHOMALIHA SCHMIPPI Cushman and Wickenden
Anomalina schmitti Cuskman and Wickenden; Cushman and
Wickenden, £roc. U.S. Hat. Mus., Vol. 75, Art. 9,
1929, p. 14; Cushman and Valentine, Contr. Stan. Univ.
Bept. Geol., Vol. 1 , Ho. 1, 1930, p. 28.
AHOMALIHA
Genus
S£ ?
CIBICIBES
Montfort
CIBICIBES COHOIBEUS Galloway and Wissler
Cibicides conoideus Galloway and"Wissler; Galloway and
Hfissler, Journ. £al.v Vol. 1, Ho. 1, 1927, p. 63;
Barnes, Unpubl. Phesis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 23.
CIBICIBES COHOIBEUS n. var. 1
CIBICIBES COHOIBEUS n. var. 2
CIBICIBES COHOIBEUS n. var. 3
CIBICIBES ELETCHERI Calloway and Wissler
Cibicides fletcheri 2-aIloway and V/issler: Calloway and
Wissler, Journ. £al., Vol. 1 , No. 1, 1927, p. 64.
CIBICIBES ELETCHERI n. var. 1
CIBICIBES ELETCHERI n. var. 2
CIBICIBES GALLOWAYI Cushman and Valentine
Cibicides galloway! Cushman and Valentine; Cushman
and Valentine, Stanford Univ. Contr. Bept. Geol.,
Vol. 1, No. 1, 1930, p. 30.
CIBICIBES LOBATUS ( d 1Orbigny)
Truncatulina iobata d ^Orbigny. Hist. lies Canaries,
1639, Vol. 2, H . 2, "Eorams.", p. 134.
Cibicides lobatus Galioway and Wissler. Journ. Pal.,
^ol. 1, No. 1, 1927, p. 64.
CIBICIBES LOBATUS n. var. 1
CIBICIBES LOBATUS n. var. 2
CIBICIBES TSNUIMARGO (Brady)
Truncat ulina tenuimargo Brady: Brady, Rept. Voy. "Challenger, &ool., Vol. 9, 1884, p. 662.
Cibicides tenuimargo (Brady); Calloway and Wissler,
Joarn. Pal., Vol. 1, No. 1 , 1927, p. 66.
CIBICIBES TENUIMARGO n. var. 1
CIBICIBES TENUIMARGO n. var. 2
CIBICIBES n. sp. (b) Barnes
Cibicides new species 7l[)Barnes; Barnes, Unpubl. The­
sis, U.S.C., 1938, p. 24.
CIBICIBES
S£.
1
CIBICIBES
S£.
2
CIBICIBES
S£.
3
CIBICIBES
S£.
4
25
CIBICIDES
Genas
S£.
5
CIBICIDELLA
CIBICIDELLA
Cashman
S£. 1
CIBICIDELLA sg>. 2
CIBICIDELLA
Grenas
S£. 3
DYOCIBICIDES
Cashman and Valentine
DYOCIBICIDES BISERIALIS Cashman and Valentine
Dyocibicides biserialis Casbman and Valentine; Cashman
and Valentine, Stanford Univ. Contr. Dept. Geol.,
Vol. 1, Mo. 1, 1930, p. 31.
DYOCIBICIDES BISERIALIS n. var. I
DYOCIBICIDES BISERIALIS n. var. II
DYOCIBICIDES PERFORATA Cashman and Valentine
Dyooibicides perforata dushman and Valentine. Contr.
Stan. tJniv. Dept, (ieol., Vol. 1, Mo. 1, 1930, p. 30.
DYOOIBICIDES PERFORATA n. var.
DYOCIBICIDES
Genus
S£.
?
PLANULIMA
d*Orbigny
PLANULINA ARIMINENSIS d 1Orbigny
Planulina arimi'nensls d*6rbigny: d 1Orbigny, Ann. Soi.
Mat.,Vol. ?, 1&&6, p. 280; Galloway and Wissler,
Journ. Pal., Vol. 1, No. 1, 1927, p. 66.
PLANULINA ARIMINENSIS n. var.
PLANULINA ORNATA (d'Orbigny)
Truncat ulina ornata d11Orbigny. Voy. Amer. Merid., 1839,
Vol. 5, £i. 5, "Forams.", p. 40, pi. 6.
Planalina ornata Cashman, Bull Scripps Inst. Oceanography, Tech. ber., Vol. 1, 1927, p. 176; Cashman and
Valentine, Contr. Stan. Univ. Dept. Geol., Vol. 1,
No. 1, 1930, p. 23.
PLANULINA n. sp. Barnes
Planalina new specie’s Barnes: Barnes. Unpabl. Thesis.
U.S.C., 1538, p. 23.
26
Family
Genas
PLMOHBULIKIDAE
ACERVULIRA
ACERVULINA
Genas
S£.
Family
Genas
?
PLAE ORBULIHA
PLAEORBULIRA
Schultz©
S£.
d 1Orbigny
?
RUPBRTIIDAE
RUPERTIA
Wallioh
RUPERTIA STABILIS Wallieh
Rupert ia stab ills Walliclh; Wallieh, Spec. Pabl. Cash.
Lai). Poram. Res., Ro. 5, 1933, p. 279.
GENERAL DISCUSSION
Comparisons:
Contained in the paper on the foraminifera of Timms
Point and DeadmanTs Island by Rankin and laiming
is a list
of one hundred and eighty-nine different species*
The species
are numbered but unnamed, such as, Cibicides. SO species*
The list of foraminifera from Packard*s Hill consists of one
hundred and sixty-eight species*
The writer herein lists
seventeen genera not found by Rankin and Laiming, and they
list thirteen genera not found by the writer (see chart of
comparisons)*
All of the largely diagnostic forms however,
such as the large Cassidulinas and Quinqueloculinas and the
smaller Globigerinas and Nonions were found by the writer*
An accurate comparison can not be made due to the absence of
specific names in the Rankin and Laiming list; however, a sim­
ilarity may be noted in the number of species under represent­
ative genera.
Since Rankin and Laiming*s paper was written,
many of the names of genera have been changed, which is the
chief reason for the noted difference in the two Timms Point
lists of foraminifera*
X1W. D. Rankin and W. B* Laiming, "The Foraminifera of
Timms Point and Deadman*s Island, San Pedro, California,"
Unpublished Research Report, U.S.C*, 1929, p. II.
28
Barnes,
12
in his list of foraminifera from Timms Point
at San Pedro, California, names one hundred and fifty-five
species, which includes forty-nine species not found by the
writer (see chart),
The writer lists eighty-two species not
found by Barnes; however, fifty-seven of these are varieties,
new species, or unidentified species.
Both the Timms Point
and the Packard*s Hill beds show a preponderance of foramin­
ifera from the Cassidulinidae. Anomalinidae. and Miliolidae
families.
Also, Barnes* list contains seventy-one species
found by the writer,
These are the most outstanding and sig­
nificant figures in any of the comparisons made in this paper.
Rankin,
13
in his list of foraminifera from Bath House
Beach, Santa Barbara, California, names thirty-two species,
which is probably not a complete representation of the micro­
fauna.
However, contained in this list is a fauna similar to
that of Packard’s Hill,
The Bath House Beach list includes
seventeen species found and fifteen species not found in the
Packard’s Hill list,
The difference between the Bath House
Beach and Packard’s Hill faunas is no greater than any of the
12
S. U. Barnes, "The Foraminifera of Timms Point at
San Pedro, California,” Unpublished Thesis, U.S.C., 1938, pp.
6-25.
13W. D. Rankin, ’’Report on the Foraminifera from Bath
House Beach, Santa Barbara County, California," Unpublished
Thesis, U.S.C., 1932, pp. 1-2.
29
variations in the faunas of the different horizons in the
Packard's Hill beds,
Ehe writer believes the Bath House Beach
beds to belong to the same formation as the Packard's Hill
beds, but to be stratigraphically higher in the formation.
In his list of foraminifera from the Hilltop Quarry,
14
fash lists, in Part 2, one hundred and three species, fortyone of which are included in the Packard's Hill list.
From
the lists of foraminifera from Hilltop Quarry and fimms Point,
the fact is clear that they contain practically the same spe­
cies and number of species but in different abundance and se­
quence (see chart),
fhey have not been correlated, although
there are striking similarities evident.
In Hankin's list of foraminifera from the San Diego 15
formation there is a total of thirty-two species, only eight
of which are found in the Packard's Hill list.
Ehis brief
comparison was included to show how remotely the two lists of
foraminifera compare with one another.
In comparing the Packard's Hill foraminifera with the
14
G-. H. fash, "Ehe Foraminiferal Fauna of Hilltop Quarry,
San Pedro, California," Unpublished Hesearch Heport, U.S.C.,
1933.
15
W. D. Bankin, "Some Foraminifera from the San Diego
Formation," Unpublished Hesearch Heport, U.S.C., 1930.
30
Upper Pico fauna of Ventura County,
16
it is found that the
two lists have sixty-one common species.
Phis may appear sig­
nificant, hut whereas in the Packard’s Hill list, species
are numerous in the genera Cibicides, Discorbis, Globorotalia,
Nonion, and Polymorphina, they are lacking in the Upper Pico
list (see chart).
Relative Age and Conclusions;
Phe fossiliferous beds on Packard’s Hill are certainly
of marine origin, and are known to represent horizons in the
body of the formation,
Phe eight samples that were studied
in the preparation of this report show considerable variation
in their representative faunas, the greatest difference being
found between the uppermost and the lowermost samples.
In his reference to the mollusca of the Packard’s Hill
deposits, which he terms "Santa Barbara,” Arnold mentions that
there is an abundant marine fauna representing two horizons,
and draws the following conclusions:
"Phe fauna of the Packard’s Hill deposits is similar to
that of the upper horizon of the San Diego formation, 7 and is
probably equivalent to that part of the Pliocene which is miss­
ing between Headman’s Island Pliocene and the overlying lower
1A
R. Artusy, "A Survey of the Pliocene Microfauna in the
Pico Formation of Ventura County, California," Unpublished Phesis, U.S.C., 1938.
17
Phe upper horizon of the San Diego formation is no
longer called San Diego but "Pacific Beach."
51
San Pedro Series (Pleistocene). The close relation between
Pecten bellus Conrad found in the Packard1s Hill Pliocene and
Pecten hemphilli Pall of the upper horizon in the San Piego
formation is an indication o£8a more or less close relation
between the two formations."
The name "Santa Barbara formation" is defined as either
Upper Pliocene or Lower Pleistocene in age, based on megafos­
sils by Waterfall and others.
However, this name was not de­
rived from the fossils of Packard*s Hill.
Throughout the literature on the Southern California
Tertiary, the "Santa Barbara formation" has been termed alter­
nately Upper Pliocene and Lower Pleistocene, but in recent
years the general consensus of opinion has been to classify
it as Lower Pleistocene.
Since Arnold writes that the fauna (megafossils) of the
Packard*s Hill deposits is similar to that of the upper hori­
zons of the San Piego formation and the present writer*s Pack­
ard *s Hill micro-fauna is not similar enough to the micro­
fauna of the San Piego formation to warrant close relation,
then the present writer can not assume the Packard’s Hill de­
posits to be of the Santa Barbara formation merely on the mega
fossil correlation with known Santa Barbara beds, made also by
Tft
Kalph Arnold, "The Paleontology and Stratigraphy of
the Marine Pliocene and Pleistocene of San Pedro, California,"
Mem. Calif. Acad. Sci.. Vol. Ill, 1903, pp. 50-53.
32
Arnold.
There is a noted similarity between the lists of foram­
inifera from Hilltop quarry and Upper Pico formations in cer­
tain species and number of species in certain genera.
There
is an even closer similarity between the lists of foraminifera
from Barnes' Timms Point and Hilltop quarry.
These two form­
ations may safely be referred to as belonging to the same age
(Upper Pliocene -- Lower Pleistocene).
It is evident that the list of foraminifera from the
beds at Packard's Hill corresponds most closely to the list
from Timms Point (Barnes) in: (1) faunal assemblage, (2 ) in­
dividual species, and (3) predominance of certain forms.
How­
ever, with the close relation between the Timms Point, Hill­
top Quarry, and Upper Pico formations it is impossible to come
to a very definite conclusion.
It is the writer's opinion, that the beds of Packard's
Hill are closer to being Lower Pleistocene than Upper Pliocene,
but there is not sufficient evidence to call it definitely
Lower Pleistocene.
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PLATE I
Figure 1
Textularia sp.?
Figure 2
Gaudryina trinitatensis
Figure 3
Dorothia conula
(Reuss)
U
Quinqueloculina
akneriana
d* Orbigny
Figure 5
Quinqueloculina akneriana
n. var. 1
Figure 6
Quinqueloculina
n. var. 2
Figure
akneriana
Nuttall
PLATE II
Figure 1
Quinqueloculina akneriana
n. var. 3
Figure 2
Quinqueloculina akneriana
n. var.
Figure 3
Quinqueloculina akneriana
n. var. 5
U
Quinqueloculina auberiana
n. var. 1
Figure 5
Quinqueloculina auberiana
n. var. 2
Figure 6
Q,uinqueloculina auberiana
n. var. 3
Figure
U
P/cyfe I
Plat e I T
PLATE III
Figure 1
Quinqueloculina sp. 1?
Figure 2
Quinqueloculina sp. 2?
Figure 3
Massilina gunteri
Figure 4
Sigmoilina elliptica
Figure $
Triloculina tiejiensis
Figure 6
Pyrgo depressa
Cushman and Ponton
Galloway and Wissler
n. var.
Barnes
P/ty/e HZ
PLATE IV
Figure 1
Pyrgoella sphaera
Figure 2
Cornuspira involvens
Figure 3
Robulus cushmani
Figure 4
Planularia reniformis
d ’Orbigny
Figure 5
Planularia reniformis
n. var. 1
Figure 6
Planularia reniformis
n. var. 2
d*Orbigny
Reuss
Galloway and Wissler
Riot fe J5T
PLATE V
Figure 1
Nodosaria communis
Figure 2
Nodosaria roemeri
Figure 3
Nodosaria seminuda
Figure
U
(d*Orbigny)
(Neugeboren)
(Reuss}
Nodosaria sp,?
Figure 5
Lagena acuticosta
Figure 6
Lagena marginata
Reuss
(Walker and Boys)
PLATE VI
Figure 1
Lagena orbignyana
Seguenza var. elliptica
Cushman
Figure 2
Lagena substriata
Figure 3
Lagena sulcata
Williamson
n. var.
k
Globulina gibba
d'Orbigny
Figure 5
Globulina gibba
n. var.
Figure 6
Globulina rotunda
Figure
(White collection)
PLATE VII
Figure 1
Polymorphina biserialis
Figure 2
Polymorphina subelliptica
Figure 3
Nonion grateloupi
Figure
U
Galloway and Wissler
Galloway and Wissler
d ’Orbigny
Nonion sp. 1?
Figure 5
Nonionella miocenica
Figure 6
Elphidium articulatum
n. var.
d ’Orbigny
V H
M
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PLATE VIII
Figure 1
Elphidium crispum
Figure 2
Bolivina spissa
(Cushman)
Figure 3
Uvigerina baggi
Galloway and Wissler
Figure
U
(Linnaeus)
Angulogerina ocalana
Figure 5
Spirillina vivipara
Figure 6
Discorbis bertheloti
Cushman
Ehrenherg
(d’Orbigny)
PLATE IX
Figure 1
Discorbis vilardeboana
(d*Orbigny)
Figure 2
Diseorbis sp.?
Figure 3
Eponides ornata
(d* Orbigny)
Figure 4
Eponides ornata
n. var. 1
Figure 5
Eponides ornata
n. var, 2
Figure 6
Eponides tenera
(Brady)
P/a fe IX
PLATE X
Figure X
Pyrgoella
a* sp*
Figure 2
Marglnuliria
Figure 3
PXanuXaria
Figure 4
EX|Mdium
a. sp# (a)
Figure 5
Xlphldium
a* sp* (b)
Figure 6
OXoborotaXia
a. sp«
a* sp*
a* 8p*
P/afe
X
PLATE XI
Figure I
PuIviauXinella paeiflca
Figure 2
PulYinuIineXXa smith!
Figure 3
CassiduXina oaXifomica
Figure 4
CassiduXina refXexa
Figure 5
CassiduXina suhglobosa
Figure 6
CassiduXina transXueens
Cushz&an
H* E* and K* C . Stewart
Cushman and Hughes
Galloway and WissXer
Brady
Cushman and Hughes
Plate 32
4
1
1
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1
1
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FL&TE
XII
Figure I
Pullenia Salisbury!
Figure 2
Globigerins aperture
Figure 3
Globigerina oyelostum
Figure 4
Globigerina subcretaeea
Figure 5
Globigerina sp*?
Figure 6
Globorotalia punctalata
R,•
and
K*
C. Stewart
Cushman
Galloway and Wissler
Chapman
Author unknown
PLATE XIII
Figure 1
Globorotalia punctalata
n. Tar. 1
Figure 2
Globorotalia punctalata
n* Tar* 2
Figure 3
Globorotalia aff* punctalata
Figure 4
Globorotalia mccollomiGalloway
Figure 5
Anomalina sp.?
Figure 6
Planulina ornata
(d’Orbigny)
and Wissler
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figure 1
Cibicides fletclieri
xu Tar. 1
figure 2
Cibicides lobatus
Figure 3
Cibicides galloway!
figure 4
Cibicides tenuimargo
figure 5
Cibicides n* sp.
figure 6
Cibicides sp. 1
(d’Orbigny)
Cushman and. Talentine
n* var. 1
Barnes
P/cute ~Y\r
PLATE XVI
Figure 1
Cibicides sp* 2
Figure 2
Cibicides sp* 3
Figure 3
Byo cibicides biserialis
n. Yar. 1
Figure
Dyocibiei&es biserialis
n, Yar. 2
Figure 5
Byoeibieides sp. 1?
Figure 6
Dyocibicides sp. 2?
P la te
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Figure 1
Cibicidella sp* 1?
Figure 2
Cibioidella sp* 2?
Figure 3
Cibicidella sp* 3?
Figure 4
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