Conularia kaibabensis McKee 1935 (jellyfish)

Scyphozoa - Conulariida - Conulariidae

Full reference: E. D. McKee. 1935. A Conularia from the Permian of Arizona. Journal of Paleontology 9:427-429

Belongs to Conularia according to E. D. McKee 1935

Sister taxa: Conularia acutilirata, Conularia anuiensis, Conularia crenulata, Conularia hollebeni, Conularia kolymaensis, Conularia porcella, Conularia splendida, Conularia tenuistriata, Conularia torta, Conularia triangulata

Type specimen: Grand Canyon National Park FK211. Its type locality is Near Bright Angel Point, which is in a Kungurian open shallow subtidal sandstone in the Kaibab Formation of Arizona.

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Permian of United States (2: Arizona collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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