Stylina arkansasensis Wells 1942 (stony coral)

Anthozoa - Scleractinia - Stylinidae

Full reference: J. W. Wells. 1942. Jurassic corals from the smackover limestone, Arkansas. Journal of Paleontology 16(1):126-129

Belongs to Stylina according to J. W. Wells 1942

Sister taxa: Stylina algarvensis, Stylina amdoensis, Stylina anthemoides, Stylina arborea, Stylina babeana, Stylina bangoinensis, Stylina bucheti, Stylina bulgarica, Stylina bullosa, Stylina carthagiensis, Stylina ceriomorpha, Stylina constricta, Stylina cotteaui, Stylina decemradiata, Stylina decipiens, Stylina delabechei, Stylina deluci, Stylina dendroidea, Stylina dongqoensis, Stylina dubia, Stylina echinulata, Stylina elegans, Stylina esmuni, Stylina favrei, Stylina fenestralis, Stylina girodi, Stylina granulosa, Stylina higoensis, Stylina hirta, Stylina hourcqi, Stylina inwaldensis, Stylina japonica, Stylina kachensis, Stylina kantoensis, Stylina laevicostata, Stylina lobata, Stylina lortphillipsi, Stylina mabutii, Stylina macfadyeni, Stylina madagascariensis, Stylina meriani, Stylina microcoenia, Stylina micrommata, Stylina micropora, Stylina nakasai, Stylina ndalakashensis, Stylina niongalensis, Stylina oolitica, Stylina pachystylina, Stylina parcicosta, Stylina parvipora, Stylina parviramosa, Stylina perroni, Stylina pleionantha, Stylina ploti, Stylina qiebulaensis, Stylina regularis, Stylina reussi, Stylina reussii, Stylina sablensis, Stylina shamoloensis, Stylina sinemuriensis, Stylina spissa, Stylina stellata, Stylina subornata, Stylina subramosa, Stylina sucrensis, Stylina sugiyamai, Stylina tenax, Stylina thiessingi, Stylina tubulifera, Stylina tubulosa, Stylina valfinensis, Stylina waldeckensis, Plesiostylina hourcqi

Type specimen: Its type locality is Corals from Smackover, which is in an Oxfordian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal limestone in the Smackover Formation of Arkansas

Ecology: stationary intermediate-level epifaunal photosymbiotic-suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Corals from Smackover

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