Cliftonia


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has nonwinged capsular fruits, the only other genus placed in the Cyrillaceae family, Cliftonia Banks ex Gaertm.
Later, Baillon (1892) suggested that Oncotheca might be related to either Cliftonia (now Cyrillaceae) or the family Ebenaceae.
Although known today as Cliftonia monophylla, who had attempted to name it "Lyonia?
The earliest Hirnantian brachiopods Cliftonia and Dalmanella appear about 1 m above the lower boundary of the Porkuni Stage and Kuldiga Formation.