Roniewicz, 1989: 87

Type Species

Alpinophyllia flexuosa Roniewicz 1989: 87, pl. 25, fig. 1-3; pl.2, fig.1,2; Monotypy Roniewicz, 1989: 87

Type Specimen: Holotype; NHMW 1982/ 56/ 21-1; Verified; Dry Preserved

Type Locality: Kesselwand – Rohrmoos, Gosaukamm, Northern Calcareous Alps. Zlambach Beds, Rhaetian, LateTriassic



Cerio-meandroid, series open, septum-of-valley present; intracalicular budding with direct linkages; septal faces with short menianes, wall septothecal to septo-synapticulothecal; endotheca vesicular. Trabeculae from 50 µm (in thin septa) to 200 µm ( thick septa) in diameter; menianes built of multiple axes.


Described by Roniewicz 1989 based on the holotype (coll. number above) and the paratype No. NHMW 1982/56/21-2.


From Stuoresimorpha Roniewicz, 1989 differs in open series and the presence of the septum–of-valley


Only the type species is known


  • Southern Europe; Late Triassic

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This version was contributed by Ewa Roniewicz on 14-Nov-2010 10:18.

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The editor is: Ewa Roniewicz

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