Pa element of Neogondolella, from Sweet (1988).

Belongs within: Gondolellidae.

Neogondolella is a genus of conodonts known from the Late Permian and Triassic, at least some species of which possessed an apparatus with ramiform elements in the S and M positions and segminiplanate elements in the Pa position. The earliest species morphologically assignable to Neogondolella is N. clarki from the Late Carboniferous but the wide stratigraphic gap between this and other species suggests it may be misassigned (Sweet 1988).

<==Neogondolella Bender & Stoppel 1965S88
    |--*N. mombergensisS88
    |--N. bifurcataS88
    |--N. bisselliS88
    |--N. bitteriS88
    |--N. bulgaricaS88
    |--N. carinataS88
    |--N. carpathicaS88
    |--N. clarki (Koike 1967)AS93
    |--N. constrictaS88
    |--N. excelsaTE01
    |--N. gracilisS88
    |--N. idahoensisS88
    |--N. jubataS88
    |--N. leveniS88
    |--N. liangshanensisDX84
    |--N. longaS88
    |--N. milleriS88
    |--N. naviculaTE01
    |--N. noahS88
    |--N. orientalisS88
    |--N. phosphoriensisS88
    |--N. praebisselliS88
    |--N. regaleS88
    |--N. rosenkrantziRR79
    |--N. serrataS88
    |    |--N. s. serrataRR79
    |    `--N. s. postserrataRR79
    |--N. shoshonensisS88
    |--N. subcarinataS88
    |--N. timorensisS88
    |--N. transitaS88
    `--N. triangularisS88

*Type species of generic name indicated


[AS93] Aldridge, R. J., & M. P. Smith. 1993. Conodonta. In: Benton, M. J. (ed.) The Fossil Record 2 pp. 563–572. Chapman & Hall: London.

[RR79] Ross, C. A., & J. R. P. Ross. 1979. Permian. In: Robison, R. A., & C. Teichert (eds) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology pt A. Introduction. Fossilisation (Taphonomy), Biogeography and Biostratigraphy pp. A291–A350. The Geological Society of America, Inc.: Boulder (Colorado), and The University of Kansas: Lawrence (Kansas).

[S88] Sweet, W. C. 1988. The Conodonta: Morphology, taxonomy, paleoecology, and evolutionary history of a long extinct animal phylum. Clarendon Press: Oxford.

[TE01] Tong, J., & D. H. Erwin. 2001. Triassic gastropods of the southern Qinling Mountains, China. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 92: 1–47.

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