Conularia (jellyfish)

Scyphozoa - Conulariida - Conulariidae

Alternative spelling: Conularis

Parent taxon: Conulariidae according to V. M. Zavodowsky 1968

See also Conway Morris and Menge 1992 and Sepkoski 2002

Sister taxa: Beijingoconularia, Calloconularia, Conulariinae, Neoconularia, Notoconularia, Paraconularia, Paraconulariinae, Pustuloconularia

Subtaxa: Conularia acutilirata Conularia anuiensis Conularia crenulata Conularia hollebeni Conularia kaibabensis Conularia kolymaensis Conularia porcella Conularia splendida Conularia tenuistriata Conularia torta Conularia triangulata

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Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Triassic of New Zealand (3 collections)

• Permian of Australia (3), Canada (1: British Columbia), Madagascar (1), Pakistan (2), the Russian Federation (8), United States (2: Arizona)

• Desmoinesian of United States (2: Oklahoma)

• Chesterian of United States (1: Montana)

• Osagean of United States (3: Indiana, Kentucky)

• Carboniferous of Australia (2), Canada (1: Alberta), the United Kingdom (1), United States (3: Arizona, Iowa)

• Devonian of Algeria (1), Australia (1), Brazil (8), Canada (5: Alberta, Quebec), Chile (1), Germany (3), South Africa (7), United States (17: Missouri, Nevada, New York)

• Silurian of Argentina (1), Australia (4), Brazil (1), Canada (1: Ontario), China (1), the Czech Republic (1), Jordan (2), Paraguay (1), Poland (1), Sweden (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (24: Indiana, Maryland, New York)

• Ordovician of Argentina (1), Canada (16: Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec), China (1), the Czech Republic (3), Sweden (5), United States (32: Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia)

• Chazy of United States (5: New York)

• Klabava of the Czech Republic (1)

• Arenig of United States (1: Montana)

Total: 180 collections including 198 occurrences

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