Anomastraea irregularis Marenzeller, 1901, p. 124–125, figs. 3, 3a; Original Designation Marenzeller, 1901: 124–125
Type Specimen: Holotype; ; Not Traced; Dry Preserved
Type Locality: Zanzibar, Tanzania
Corallum colonial, attached, encrusting to massive. Corallites cerioid, polygonal in outline, predominantly monocentric, seldom bi or tricentric, wall synapticulothecal, perforate. Septa partly perforate, joined by one row of synapticulae, fusing towards the fossa. Septa ornamentation composed of paddle-shaped granules perpendicular to the septal plane. Septa sides granular. Columella developed, formed by multiple processes.
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