ABSTRACT: The new species Agglutinella kaminskii n. sp. (Miliolida: Siphonapertinae) is described from nearshore marine localities in eastern Bahrain. The species is characterized by its simple tooth and tendency for selectively incorporating colorful siliciclastic mineral grains of eolian origin into its test wall. The new species appears to be endemic to the Arabian Gulf.
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