The Miscellaneidae are divided into two groups of species: forms with a single intercameral foramen and forms with two or a row of multiple foramina. Ten taxa ascribed to this family are revised, amply illustrated and discussed considering both micro- and megalospheric generations. The Family Miscellaneidae is assigned to the Superfamily Nonionacea by reason of their planispiral-involute coiling combined with an interiomarginal position of the foramina. Their combined range covers SBZ zones 2-5 and an area comprising the Central and Western Neotethys including the Pyrenean Gulf. They do not reach the western shores of the Atlantic. Miscellanites meandrinus and Bolkarina aksarayi exhibit extreme morphological features, respectively meandrine alar extensions and expanse chambers. These features are of general interest for the comparative anatomy of the shells of the larger foraminifera in order to understand their biological significance.