The small, spherical, lithistid sponge, Hindia sphaeroidalis Duncan, 1879, is reported from the Devonian and Silurian of the Great Basin for the first time. Devonian specimens came from the Emsian Bartine Member of the McColley Formation from near Roberts Creek, Roberts Mountains, and from the Eifelian part of the Nevada Group near Bishops Creek, north of Wells, Nevada. The Silurian occurrence, questioned because of poor preservation, is from the Laketown Dolomite, on Tunnel Spring Mountain in western Millard County, Utah.
Rigby, J. Keith and Murphy, Michael
"Hindia sphaeroidalis Duncan from the Devonian of Nevada (Porifera),"
Great Basin Naturalist: Vol. 36
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/gbn/vol36/iss2/2