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Rugose Corals

n. pl. 1.

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Lower Devonian (Emsian) rugose corals from the Cantabrian
Mississippian Rugose Corals, Peratrovich Formation, West Coast
Systematic descriptions of the rugose corals and paleoecologic studies of the marine carbonate sediments.
Silurian rugose corals from the Kurosegawa Terrane, Southwest
The worm endosymbionts in tabulate corals from the Silurian of
and tabulate corals (Tapanila 2004) and are preserved as bioclaustrations. 2008, are known in the Silurian tabulate corals of Baltica.
Rugose - Oklahoma Geological Survey - University of Oklahoma
RUGOSE CORALS OF THE HENRYHOUSE FORMATION. (SILURIAN) Henryhouse Rugose Corals .

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'Great Dying' might yield clues about future
Among the hardest hit were corals; many types, including the horn-shaped bottom-dwellers known as rugose corals, disappeared altogether. Sea sponges were also devastated, along with the shelled creatures that commanded the Permian reefs and sea.
Life in the Sea Found Its Fate in a Paroxysm of Extinction
Among the hardest hit were corals; many types, including the horn-shaped bottom-dwellers known as rugose corals, disappeared altogether. Sea sponges were also devastated, along with the shelled creatures that commanded the Permian reefs and sea.

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Rugosa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, some species of rugose corals could form large colonies (e.g., Lithostrotion).
Coral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Introduction to the Rugosa
Solitary rugosans are often referred to as "horn corals" because of their characteristic shape; two Paleozoic rugose corals are shown at the top of this page.
GeoKansas--Fossil Corals
Rugose or Solitary Corals - Fossil Picture Gallery
Rugose or solitary corals were abundant in the Paleozoic Era but are now extinct.

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