Figure 12. Rhabdorites sp. (A-B, D), Neotaberina sp. (C, E-H, M), Miscellaneidae indet. (I-L, N-R), Hexagonocyclina cristensis (Vaughan, 1924) (S-T), and Ranikothalia soldadensis (Vaughan & Cole, 1941) (U-V), from the Paleocene of Campeche (SE Mexico). Scale bar = 0.6 mm for pictures A-D, F-G, I-L, N-V; 0.3 mm for pictures E, H, M. A-D, longitudinal sections. E, G-H, M, transverse sections. F, I, L, N-O, S, oblique sections. K, U, axial sections. J, P, tangential sections. Q, R, T, subaxial sections. In pictures E, H and M, note the presence of pillars in the central part of the chamber, and foramina that alternate with septula, both characteristics are typical from the genus Neotaberina. A, 95-Me-47-34. B, 95-Me-47-35. C, 95-Me-47-36. D, 95-Me-47-37. E, 95-Me-47-38. F, 95-Me-47-39. G, 95-Me-47-40. H, 95-Me-47-41. I, 95-Me-47-42. J, 95-Me-47-43. K, 95-Me-47-44. L, 95-Me-47-45. M, 95-Me-47-46. N, 95-Me-47-47. O, 95-Me-47-48. P, 95-Me-47-49. Q, 95-Me-47-50. R, 95-Me-47-51. 19. S, 95-Me-47-52. T, 95-Me-47-53. U, 95-Me-47-54. V, 95-Me-47-55.

Abbreviations: ch: chamber; f: foramen; p: pillar; sl: septulum. See Hottinger, 2006, for definition of terms.