UGA Stratigraphy Lab

The data is in the strata


Specimen Photo Specimen Photo

Nicholsonella sp. in longitudinal (left) and tangential (right) sections. Field of view is 1.5 mm. CMC 61590.

Nicholsonella is ramose to frondose. Zooecia are thick-walled and separated by large polygonal mesozooids filled with calcareous deposits. Diaphragms and styles are common.


Nicholsonella peculiaris Cumings and Galloway
Occurrence: Arnheim
Reference: Dalvé, 1948

Nicholsonella sp.
Occurrence: Whitewater
Reference: Utgaard and Perry, 1964

Nicholsonella vaupeli (Ulrich, 1883)
Occurrence: Bellevue, Mount Auburn, Waynesville, Liberty
Reference: Brown and Daly, 1985
Originally named Heterotrypa vaupeli. Also called Monticulipora vaupeli.