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AAPG Studies in Geology No. 11 (1980), "The Miocene Stratigraphy of California Revisited," by R. M. Kleinpell:
p. 48, lines 20 through 23, should read: "The sequence has no faunally distinctive top nor bottom. Almgren's sample, discussed by Church (1972) with reference to foraminifers and age of beds at the base of McLure Shale Member in the San Joaquin Valley, is from the same area, and is at a horizon well above the highest locality of Pierce.
p. 73, between lines 18 and 19, insert:
This species, like Bolivina hootsi, is "broadly elliptical in transverse section" (see Cushman and Kleinpell, 1934, p. 18, 22, pl. 4, figs. 1b, 3b), not "tending to become somewhat rhomboid" as in B. granti (see below). Its sutural features serve to distinguish it from B. hughesi Cushman; B. goudkoffi appears to be in the B. seminuda lineage.
Bolivina granti Rankin
Bolivina granti Rankin, MS in Cushman and Kleinpell, 1934, p. 21-22, pl. 4, fig. 2; Kleinpell, 1938, p. 272-273, Pierce (in part), 1956, p. 1307.
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