Conularia africane (jellyfish arm) in nodule, from Bolivia


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SIZE: 61 x 37 x 23mm

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Name: Conularia africane
Lower Middle Devonian
Sica Sica, La Paz, Bolivia

Conulariida is a poorly understood fossil group that has possible affinity with the Cnidaria, Jellyfish. Their exact position as a taxon of extinct medusozoan cnidarians is highly speculative. Members of the Conulariida are commonly referred to as conulariids and appear in the fossil record from the mid or late Cambrian Period until the Triassic.

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