Synonyms: Eumorphocystis oklahomensis Bassler 1950, Eumorphocystis typicalis Bassler 1950, Regnellicystis typicalis Bassler 1950, Strimplecystis oklahomensis Bassler 1950
Full reference: E. R. Branson and R. E. Peck. 1940. A new cystoid from the Ordovician of Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology 14(1):89-92
Sister taxa: none
- Eumorphocystis multiporata: 6757 University of Missouri. Its type locality is Upper Cystoid Zone, Fittstown Roadcut on Oklahoma State Highway 90, which is in a Blackriveran marine sandstone/shale in the Bromide Formation of Oklahoma.
- Eumorphocystis oklahomensis: Its type locality is Bromide Formation, Highway 99, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, which is in the Blackriveran of horizon the Bromide Formation Oklahoma.
- Eumorphocystis typicalis: USNM 11330.
Ecology: stationary intermediate-level epifaunal suspension feeder
• Ordovician of United States (2: Oklahoma collections)
Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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