Pocta, 1887, p. 49
Placohelia rimosa Pocta, 1887: 49; Original Designation Pocta, 1887: 49
Type Specimen: Holotype; ; Verified; Unknown
Type Locality: Lower Turonian of the Czech Republic (Bohemia).
The holotype of the type species is housed at MNHP (Prague) under O 3077.
Colonial, massive, submeandroid-plocoid. Gemmation intracalicinal. Corallites isolated or arranged in short series, with distinct or subdistinct calicinal centres. Ambulacrae large and flat. Costosepta compact, granulated laterally. Columella lamellar, discontinuous. Endothecal dissepiments thin, vesicular. Exothecal dissepiments numerous, vesicular. Wall septoparathecal.
For more information regarding the genus Hydnophoropsis, see there.
- Central Europe; Early Cretaceous - Late Cretaceous
- North America; Early Cretaceous
- North Africa; Late Cretaceous
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The editor is: Rosemarie Baron-Szabo