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Description

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"Genus Gardineria Vaughan, 1907

Diagnosis. Solitary, turbinate to cylindrical, fixed. Wall epithecal but thickened internally by stereome. Septa not always arranged hexamerally. Paliform lobes opposite larger septa. Columella well developed, papillose.

Type-species: Gardineria hawaiiensis Vaughan, 1907, by original designation."

(Cairns 1982 50)

Gardineria (coral)

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Gardineria is a genus of corals belonging to the family Gardineriidae.[1]

The species of this genus are found in Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Ocean.[1][2]

Species:[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Gardineria Vaughan, 1907". www.gbif.org. Retrieved 9 July 2021.
  2. ^ Vaughan, T.W. (1907): Recent Madreporaria of the Hawaiian Islands and Laysan, Bull. US Nat. Mus., Vol. 59, pp. 1–427.
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Gardineria (coral): Brief Summary

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Gardineria is a genus of corals belonging to the family Gardineriidae.

The species of this genus are found in Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Ocean.

Species:

Gardineria hawaiiensis Vaughan, 1907 Gardineria minor Wells, 1973 Gardineria paradoxa (Pourtalès, 1868) Gardineria philippinensis Cairns, 1989 Gardineria simojovelensis Frost & Langenheim, 1974 Gardineria simplex (Pourtalès, 1878)
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