FungioideaStephen D. Cairns
Colony formation commonly by intratentacular budding. Corallite wall synapticulothecate, secondarily septothecal. Septa formed of compound trabeculae, united by mostly compound synapticulae. Septal edges dentate; coralla solitary and colonial.
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Wells, J. W. 1956. Scleractinia. Pp. F328-F444 In: Moore, R. C. (editor) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part F: Coelenterata. University of Kansas Press, Lawrence.
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