a.1.(Zool.) Like or pertaining to the genus Favosites.
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Most specimens from the Ninase Member, except for one, are similar to Favosites jaaniensis Sokolov, which has an average corallite diameter of 1.7-4.0 mm and corallite wall thickness of 0.05-0.07 mm, sometimes 0.1 mm.
Favosites jaaniensis is possibly synonymous with Paleofavosites secundus because their characters varied with the environment.
The controlling effect of the environment upon the corallum in Favosites; with a revision of some massive species on this basis.
The specimens of Favosites pseudoforbesi muratsiensis containing C.
E (Ludfordian), Favosites gothlandicus Lamarck, 1816 (Gorstian to Ludfordian), Favosites sp.
B (25% infested) and Favosites gothlandicus (I I % infested) in the Gorstian, however, no preference was observed concerning the favositid (infestation rates from 11% to 71%) or heliolitid (infestation rates from 25% to 42%) type of tabulate morphology.
In Baltica Chaetosalpinx has hitherto been reported from Favosites vicinalis (Stel 1976), Heliolites sp.
This same Paleofavosites species from the Muksha Member has previously been identified as Favosites (Calamopora) ?alveolaris Goldfuss by Tesakov (1971), P.
The same species was named Favosites (Calamopora) ?alveolaris Goldfuss by Tesakov (1971).
The value of corallite size in the specific determination of tabulate corals Favosites and Palaefavosites.