Aulastraeopora chelussi Prever, 1909: 140; Original Designation Beauvais, 1976: 24
Type Specimen: Holotype; wamu-464; Verified; Dry Preserved
Type locality: Aptian of Italy.
Colonial, cerioid. Gemmation generally extracalicinal. Corallite lumen is separated from the wall by a dissepimentarium. Septa compact, bilaterally arranged, thin in the lumen, becoming thicker in the peripheral region. Lonsdaleoid septa present. Columella absent. Endothecal dissepiments large, vesicular in the outer region of the corallite.
- Southern Europe; Early Cretaceous - Late Cretaceous
- Central America; Early Cretaceous
- Central Europe; Late Cretaceous
- Eastern Europe; Late Cretaceous
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This version was contributed by Rosemarie Baron-Szabo on 05-May-2017 14:49.
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The editor is: Rosemarie Baron-Szabo