Lophopodella capensis statoblasts and organic detritus, including charcoal at right, from the sieved sediment subsample from25–26 cm stratigraphic depth, dated to 220–230 yr BP (5). A well preserved statoblast observed at 41–42 cm, dated to 670–711 (6). Pleistocene-aged statoblast from 480–481 cm, dated to 15600–15700 (7). Same specimen as Fig. 6 showing the split layers of the polar spine and recurved hooks (8).

  Part of: Courtney Mustaphi CJ, Githumbi EN, Shotter LR, Rucina SM, Marchant R (2016) Subfossil statoblasts of Lophopodella capensis (Sollas, 1908) (Bryozoa, Phylactolaemata, Lophopodidae) in the Upper Pleistocene and Holocene sediments of a montane wetland, Eastern Mau Forest, Kenya. African Invertebrates 57(1): 39-52. https://doi.org/10.3897/afrinvertebr.57.8191