Astreopora sanjuanensis Durham 1942 (stony coral)

Anthozoa - Scleractinia - Acroporidae

Full reference: J. W. Durham. 1942. Eocene and Oligocene coral faunas of Washington. Journal of Paleontology 16(1):84-104

Belongs to Astreopora according to J. W. Durham 1942

Sister taxa: Astreopora annulata, Astreopora antiguensis, Astreopora auvertiaca, Astreopora compressa, Astreopora decaphylla, Astreopora densata, Astreopora digitata, Astreopora dubiosa, Astreopora duwamishensis, Astreopora ehrenbergi, Astreopora esperanzae, Astreopora expansa, Astreopora gatuncilloensis, Astreopora goethalsi, Astreopora gracilis, Astreopora hemisphaerica, Astreopora hexaphylla, Astreopora hochstetteri, Astreopora leightoni, Astreopora listeri, Astreopora meneghiniana, Astreopora microcalix, Astreopora minima, Astreopora mostarensis, Astreopora myriophthalma, Astreopora occidentalis, Astreopora portoricensis, Astreopora profunda, Astreopora rutteni, Astreopora schedakena, Astreopora sphaeroidalis, Astreopora spinulosum, Astreopora stellaris, Astreopora subcylindrica, Astreopora tecta, Astreopora wallaceae, Astreopora walli

Type specimen: Its type locality is UCMP Loc. A-3206 - Observatory Point [Crescent Fm], which is in an Eocene marine volcaniclastic in the Crescent Formation of Washington.

Ecology: stationary intermediate-level epifaunal photosymbiotic-suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at UCMP Loc. A-3206 - Observatory Point [Crescent Fm]

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