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Jifarahpora Buttler et al. 2007 (bryozoan)

Stenolaemata - Trepostomida

PaleoDB taxon number: 109297

Full reference: C. J. Buttler, L. Cherns, and D. Massa. 2007. Bryozoan mud-mounds from the Upper Ordovician Jifarah (Djeffara) Formation of Tripolitania, north-west Libya. Palaeontology 50(2):479-494

Parent taxon: Trepostomida according to C. J. Buttler et al. 2007

Sister taxa: Acantholaminatus, Acanthotrypa, Acanthotrypina, Aisenvergia, Amphiporella, Amplexopora, Amplexoporina, Amplexoporoidea, Amsassipora, Anisotrypa, Anisotrypidae, Annunziopora, Anomalotoechus, Araxoporidae, Arcticoporidae, Armillopora, Asperopora, Aspidopora, Astralochoma, Astroviella, Astroviellina, Atactopora, Balticopora, Batostoma, Batostomella, Batostomellina, Bimuropora, Calamotrypa, Callotrypa, Calopora, Capillapora, Champlainopora, Chondraulus, Crustopora, Crustoporidae, Cyclopora, Cycloporella, Diplostenopora, Discotrypa, Discotrypina, Eodyscritella, Eostenopora, Eostenoporella, Eridocamplyus, Eridotrypellina, Esthonioporina, Esthoniporella, Flustra, Geinitzella, Gortanipora, Helenoporidae, Hemieridotrypa, Hexaporites, Hubeipora, Hunanopora, Idioclema, Idiotrypa, Jordanopora, Kalevipora, Kielcepora, Kysylschinopora, Lamottopora, Leeporina, Lioporida, Maychellinidae, Mesotrypina, Microcampylus, Minussina, Mojczatrypa, Mongoloclema, Monotrypella, Multiphragma, Nekhorosheviella, Nekhoroshoviella, Neotrematopora, Newportopora, Nicholsonella, Nipponstenopora, Orbiramus, Paleoatactoechus, Paratrachytoechus, Pedrogopora, Permoleioclema, Peronopora, Persiopora, Petigopora, Phragmotrypa, Polyspinopora, Polyteichus, Prasoporina, Proutella, Pycnopora, Qilianopora, Rhombotrypa, Salairia, Schulgina, Sinoatactoechus, Sonninopora, Stenocladia, Stenoporellidae, Stromatotrypa, Tabuliporella, Tarphophragma, Tetratoechus, Trematella, Trematoporina, Triplopora, Tubulitrypa, Volnovachia, Yichangopora, Yunnanopora, Zlambachia, Zozariellidae

Subtaxa: Jifarahpora libyensis

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Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder