Favia weisbordi Wells 1934 (stony coral)

Anthozoa - Scleractinia - Faviidae

Full reference: J. W. Wells. 1934. Eocene corals from Cuba. Bulletins of American Paleontology 20(70B):147-160

Belongs to Favia according to J. W. Wells 1934

Sister taxa: Favia africana, Favia aquitaniensis, Favia beaumaderiensis, Favia clarki, Favia corollaris, Favia costata, Favia dalmatina, Favia danae, Favia denticulata, Favia dominicensis, Favia ehrenbergi, Favia exilis, Favia falloti, Favia faviodes, Favia favioides, Favia fragum, Favia friedbergi, Favia gotschevi, Favia gravida, Favia gregoryi, Favia haipensis, Favia hemispherica, Favia jezoensis, Favia junghuhni, Favia kabyliensis, Favia leptophylla, Favia lobata, Favia maastrichtensis, Favia macdonaldi, Favia macrocalyx, Favia macrotheca, Favia madhuwalensis, Favia magnifica, Favia maoadentrensis, Favia mathai, Favia melitae, Favia meneguzzoi, Favia oishii, Favia okeni, Favia planissima, Favia praeamplior, Favia profunda, Favia ritterneri, Favia somaliensis, Favia subdenticulata, Favia texana, Favia turbinata, Favia vokesae

Type specimen: Its type locality is Loma Calixto, Camag├╝ey, which is in an Eocene shallow subtidal limestone in Cuba

Ecology: stationary low-level epifaunal photosymbiotic-microcarnivore

Distribution:

• Eocene of Cuba (1 collection), Panama (2)

Total: 3 collections each including a single occurrence

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