Flabellum miriaensis Jell et al. 2011 (stony coral)

Anthozoa - Scleractinia - Flabellidae

Full reference: J. S. Jell, A. G. Cook, and P. A. Jell. 2011. Australian Cretaceous Cnidaria and Porifera. Alcheringa 35(2):241-284

Belongs to Flabellum according to J. S. Jell et al. 2011

Sister taxa: Flabellum acutum, Flabellum alloiteaui, Flabellum anderssoni, Flabellum apertum, Flabellum appendiculatum, Flabellum asperum, Flabellum austriacum, Flabellum avicula, Flabellum basteroti, Flabellum californicum, Flabellum carenatum, Flabellum chevalieri, Flabellum chipolanum, Flabellum chouberti, Flabellum circulum, Flabellum clarki, Flabellum clavaeformis, Flabellum conoideum, Flabellum cristatum, Flabellum cuneiforme, Flabellum curtum, Flabellum deludens, Flabellum dubium, Flabellum elongatum, Flabellum extensum, Flabellum fastigatum, Flabellum foecundum, Flabellum fresnoense, Flabellum gippslandicum, Flabellum grangense, Flabellum hemmoorense, Flabellum hertleini, Flabellum insulindae, Flabellum intermedium, Flabellum irregulare, Flabellum johnsoni, Flabellum krejcii, Flabellum laevissimum, Flabellum lerchi, Flabellum lobatum, Flabellum medioplicatum, Flabellum microscriptum, Flabellum mortoni, Flabellum multifore, Flabellum oregonense, Flabellum pavoninum, Flabellum peolae, Flabellum planus, Flabellum pompeckji, Flabellum poseidonis, Flabellum rariseptatum, Flabellum rhomboideum, Flabellum roissyanum, Flabellum sandiegoense, Flabellum senesi, Flabellum siciliense, Flabellum sinense, Flabellum stantoni, Flabellum striatum, Flabellum thouarsii, Flabellum transversale, Flabellum tuberculatum, Flabellum variabile, Flabellum vaticani, Flabellum vindobonense, Flabellum wailesii, Flabellum zejszneri, Flabellum zuffardii

Type specimen: Its type locality is Giralia Range, Miria Formation corals, which is in a Maastrichtian deep subtidal grainstone in the Miria Formation of Australia

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Giralia Range, Miria Formation corals

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