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  1. Photosymbiosis and the expansion of shallow-water corals Interesting paper on reef propagation and the symbiotic relationship between scleractinian corals and dinoflagellate algae. Abstract Roughly 240 million years ago (Ma), scleractinian corals rapidly expanded and diversified across shallow marine environments. The main driver behind this evolution is uncertain, but the ecological success of modern reef-building corals is attributed to their nutritional symbiosis with photosynthesizing dinoflagellate algae. http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/2/11/e1601122 Science Advances Vol 2, No. 11 02 November 2016 PDF Photosymbiosis.pdf
  2. Years ago, my husband brought me to the Jersey shore for a long weekend. We thought we were hardy New Englanders, but the bone snapping cold was unlike anything we had ever felt. Our walk on the beach lasted four minutes, but while the sun was slipping behind Delaware, its fireless rays lit the waves, and I found my first fossil, a trilobite fragment. Nearly 25 years later, we still visit New Jersey and walk the beach, and I still find a fossil or three. Last week, I brought home a few assorted corals and stems.
  3. Devonian Tabulate Coral from Buffalo area

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Aulocystis dichotoma (branching tabulate coral) Middle Devonian Moscow Formation Windom Shale Hamilton Group Smokes Creek Blasdell, NY.
  4. From the album Middle Devonian

    Aulocystis jacksoni (tabulate coral on bivalve shell) Middle Devonian Oatkacreek Formation Mottville Sandstone Marcellus Shale Hamilton Group Morrisville, NY.
  5. From the album Lower Devonian

    Enterolasma strictum (Rugose coral) Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation Helderberg Group Leesville, NY.
  6. My collection

    Hello to everyone. I'm from Ukraine and here are some of my fossils. Description Ichthyosaur’s tooth (Platypterygius or Pervushovisaurus). Additional Information Continent: Europe Country: Ukraine Region: Donetsk region Era: Mesozoic Period: Cenomanian Age: 100.5 ± 0.4 million years
  7. From the album Carboniferous from PA.

    Lophophyllidium sp.? (rugose corals) Pennsylvanian Ames Limestone Mundys Corner, PA.
  8. Fossilized Bone or Coral?

    I have been in possession of this "rock" for a while, so I can't be positive where it was found, but it was either the Neuse River banks in Pamlico County, NC or the Topsail Island (Surf City, NC) beach. I'm leaning toward Topsail. It's shape suggests another fossil (whale ear bones??) but the structure/pattern (close-ups) in the fossil looks like it should be a coral. Any input appreciated.
  9. Has anyone been successful in locating sponges and corals in the far western region of Utah called the Cowboy and Indian Pass region? I spent a day there recently and was unable to locate anything substantial.
  10. Pleurodictyum from Penn Dixie

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Pleurodictyum americanum (coral) Middle Devonian Windom Shale Moscow Formation Hamilton Group Penn Dixie Blasdell, NY. collected 7/3/15
  11. Corals From The Rockies

    Hi folks, given by a friend with a box of fossils, I have this piece to identify. As written on the back it comes from Parker Ridge, Mt. Athabasca, Banff National Park, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada. Geological Layer: Palliser Formation, Upper Devon Measure is 2.75 x 2.75 in. Have got someone an idea what kind of coral it is? Best regards from Germany, Bernd
  12. From the album Middle Devonian

    Corals (left) Eridophyllum (center) Stereolasma (right) Heliophyllum Middle Devonian Halihan Hill Coral Bed Mount Marion Formation Hamilton Group Route 209 Kingston, NY
  13. Cryptocoenia choffati

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cryptocoenia choffati (Koby), Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 40 mm.
  14. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 30 mm.
  15. Dendrophyllia sp (?)

    From the album Cnidaria

    Dendrophyllia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 80 mm.
  16. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 40 mm.
  17. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 70 mm.
  18. Calamosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Calamosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 60 mm.
  19. Calamosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Calamosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 50 mm
  20. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 50 mm
  21. Thecosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Thecosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 60 mm.
  22. Pleurosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Pleurosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 55 mm.
  23. Pleurosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Pleurosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 55 mm.
  24. Dimorphastrea sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Dimorphastrea sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 50 mm.
  25. Dimorphastrea sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Dimorphastrea sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 70 mm.
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