Guadalupiidae

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Guadalupiidae
Temporal range: Pennsylvanian–Norian
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Porifera
Class: Demospongiae
Order: Agelasida
Family: Guadalupiidae
Girty, 1909

Guadalupiidae is a family of fossil sponges that lived from the Pennsylvanian (Carboniferous) until the Norian (Late Triassic). It includes the following taxa:[1][2]

  • Cystauletes R. H. King, 1943
  • Cystauletes mammilosus R. H. King, 1943
  • Cystothalamia Girty, 1908
  • Cystothalamia megacysta Finks, 2010
  • Cystothalamia nodulifera Girty, 1908
  • Diecithalamia Senowbari-Daryan, 1990
  • Diecithalamia polysiphonata Dieci et al., 1968
  • Exovasa Finks, 2010
  • Exovasa cystauletoides Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia auricula Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia cupulosa Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia digitata Girty, 1908
  • Guadalupia favosa Girty, 1908
  • Guadalupia lepta Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia microcamera Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia minuta Rigby and Bell, 2006
  • Guadalupia ramescens Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia vasa Finks, 2010
  • Guadalupia williamsi R. H. King, 1943
  • Guadalupia zitteliana Girty, 1908
  • Incisimura Finks, 2010
  • Incisimura bella Finks, 2010
  • Lemonea Senowbari-Daryan, 1990
  • Lemonea conica Senowbari-Daryan, 1990
  • Lemonea cylindrica (Girty, 1908)
  • Lemonea polysiphonata Senowbari-Daryan, 1990
  • Lemonea simplex Finks, 2010
  • "Lemonea" exaulifera (Rigby et al., 1998)
  • "Lemonea" micra Rigby et al., 1998
  • Polyphymaspongia R. H. King, 1943
  • Polyphymaspongia explanata R. H. King, 1943

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Robert M. Finks (2010). "The sponge family Guadalupiidae in the Texas Permian". Journal of Paleontology. 84 (5): 821–847. doi:10.1666/10-041.1. 
  2. ^ Diego C. García-Bellido, Baba Senowbari-Daryan & J. Keith Rigby (2004). "Cystothalmia vandegraaffi new species and other sphinctozoan sponges from the Upper Carboniferous of Spain". Journal of Paleontology. 78 (6): 1037–1055. JSTOR 4094932. doi:10.1666/0022-3360(2004)078<1037:CVNSAO>2.0.CO;2.