Graptolite vs Sicula - What's the difference?

graptolite | sicula |


As a noun graptolite

is any of a group of extinct aquatic colonial invertebrates, of the class graptolithina , from the cambrian and carboniferous periods.

As an adjective sicula is

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graptolite

Noun

(en noun)
  • Any of a group of extinct aquatic colonial invertebrates, of the class Graptolithina , from the Cambrian and Carboniferous periods
  • *2004 , (Richard Fortey), The Earth , Folio Society 2011, p. 70:
  • *:The samples were black shale, and on the shales were some ancient fossils called graptolites .
  • See also

    * sicula * prosicula * rhabdosome

    sicula

    English

    Noun

    (siculae)
  • (zoology) The hard, triangular apex of a graptolite from which it grows.
  • Derived terms

    * prosicula ----