UGA Stratigraphy Lab

The data is in the strata


Lioclemella has a distinctive cylindrical zooarium with a pointed base. Zooecia have petaloid aperatures and diaphragms. Tabulate mesozooids and large styles are common.


Lioclemella subfusiformis (James, 1882)
Occurrence: Waynesville
Reference: Bassler, 1906; Dalvé, 1948
Originally named Monticulipora (?Monotrypa) subfusiformis.
Club-shaped, small, and unbranched. Thin-walled polygonal zooecia, numerous mesopores.