Napora

 Napora bukryi, from Radworld.

Belongs within: Lychnocanioidea.

Napora is a genus of radiolarians known from the Lower Jurassic to the Upper Cretaceous. Members of this genus have a verticil of three spines or spinules as extensions of the three blades (Dumitrica & Zügel 2003).

<==Napora Pessagno 1977 [incl. Jacus de Wever 1982]DZ03
    |--*N. bukryi Pessagno 1977DZ03
    |--N. aranea Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. avirostrum Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. bondoca Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. boneti Pessagno, Whalen & Yeh 1986DZ03
    |--N. buckhardti Pessagno, Whalen & Yeh 1986DZ03
    |--N. collieri Hull 1997DZ03
    |--*Jacus’ coronatus de Wever 1982DZ03
    |--N. cristata Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. cruda Yang 1993DZ03
    |--N. divaricata Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. latissima Takemura 1986DZ03
    |--N. lomoalta Hull 1997DZ03
    |--N. matsuokai Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. modesta Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. pacifica Kiessling 1999DZ03
    |--N. parva Takemura 1986DZ03
    |--N. praespinifera Pessagno 1977DZ03
    |--N. pyramis Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. schaudibergensis Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    |--N. spiniferaDZ03
    |--N. timida Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03
    `--N. triangularis Dumitrica & Zügel 2003DZ03

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

[DZ03] Dumitrica, P., & P. Zügel. 2003. Lower Tithonian mono- and dicyrtid Nassellaria (Radiolaria) from the Solnhofen area (southern Germany). Geodiversitas 25 (1): 5–72.

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