UGA Stratigraphy Lab

The data is in the strata


Branched zooarium, sometimes unbranched, sheetlike to frondose, rarely anastomosing with large openings in zooarium. Elliptical to subrectangular zooids arranged in multiple, long, straight rows.


Stictopora emacerata (Nicholson)
Occurrence: Mount Hope, Fairmount, Arnheim, Waynesville, Liberty, Whitewater, Elkhorn
Reference: Dalvé, 1948; Schumacher et al. in Davis and Cuffey, 1998 (mention)
Formerly Dicranopora emacerata

Stictopora internodia (Miller & Dyer)
Occurrence: Fairmount
Reference: Dalvé, 1948
Formerly Dicranopora internodia

Stictopora lata (Ulrich)
Occurrence: Waynesville
Reference: Dalvé, 1948
Formerly Rhinidictya lata

Stictopora meeki (James, 1878)
Occurrence: Southgate, McMicken, Mount Hope (abundant)
Reference: Bassler, 1906; Dalvé, 1948
Formerly Dicranopora meeki
Long (6 mm) and very narrow (0.5 mm) segments, with four (sometimes three) rows of zooecia on each face.

Stictopora neglecta (Ulrich, 1893)
Occurrence: Clays Ferry
Reference: Karklins, 1983
Formerly Rhinidictya neglecta

Stictopora parallela (James, 1878)
Occurrence: Fulton, Economy, Southgate
Reference: Bassler, 1906; Dalvé, 1948
Originally named Ptilodicya parallela; also called Rhinidictya parallela
Straight, parallel-side, bifoliate, rarely branching. Zooecia in longitudinal rows.