Coscinocyathus uratannensis Gravestock 1984 (archaeocyath sponge)

Archaeocyatha - Capsulocyathida - Coscinocyathidae

Full reference: D. I. Gravestock. 1984. Archaeocyatha from lower parts of the Lower Cambrian carbonate sequence in South Australia. Memoir of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 2:1-139

Belongs to Coscinocyathus according to D. I. Gravestock 1984

Sister taxa: Coscinocyathus billingsi, Coscinocyathus codonoformis, Coscinocyathus fritzi, Coscinocyathus hoxudensis, Coscinocyathus kuruktagensis, Coscinocyathus mohershanensis, Coscinocyathus multiporus, Coscinocyathus tarimensis, Coscinocyathus vestitus, Coscinocyathus xinjiangensis

Type specimen: Its type locality is Mount Scott Range, Tor Herm (section N), archaeocyath-sponge mound, which is in an Atdabanian reef, buildup or bioherm reef rocks in the Ajax Limestone Formation of Australia

Ecology: stationary intermediate-level epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Mount Scott Range, Tor Herm (section N), archaeocyath-sponge mound

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