Tabulata


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Tab`u`la´ta


n. pl.1.(Zool.) An artificial group of stony corals including those which have transverse septa in the calicles. The genera Pocillopora and Favosites are examples.
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Parasteatoda tabulata Levi, 1980--is a nonnative species that is largely restricted to eastern Canada, but has been found in Illinois.
Inkommunikatnye tabulyaty Estonii [The Incommunicate Tabulata of Estonia] Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituut, 96 pp.
(1981): Rugosa and Tabulata. Teichert C (ed) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part F [Coelenterata] Suppl 1.
goulardi (Brebisson) Lange- FRGO Bertalot 1980 Opephora marina (Gregory) Petit 1888 OMAR Pseudostaurosira brevistriata (Grunow in Van Heurck) FBR Williams & Round 1987 Staurosira construens Ehrenberg 1843 FRAC Staurosirella pinnata (Ehrenberg) FP Williams & Round 1987 Synedra hartii Cholnoky 1963 FHA Tabularia tabulata (C.A.Agradh) TABA Snoeijs 1992 Tabularia fasciculata (C.A.Agradh) TAFA Williams & Round 1986 Ulnaria acus (Kutzing) Aboal in Aboal, SYNA Alvarez-Cobelas, Cambra & Ector 2003 Ulnaria delicatissima var.
Then these colonies had been interpreted as possible Tabulata (Coelenterata, Anthozoaria) and/ or as Stromatoporides (Coelenterata, Hydrozoaria).
si nimias poscebat opes, numerosa parabat excelsae turris tabulata, unde altior esset casus et inpulsae praeceps inmane ruinae el escoliasta escribe (Grazzini, I, p.
and Elias, R.J., 2004, Paleobiologic features of Trabeculites maculatus (Tabulata, Late Ordovician, southern Manitoba): Journal of Paleontology, v 78, p.
The only predators found in the lanterns during the rearing phase were mollusks (Septa tabulata) and Portunid crabs (Portunus).
Nec vero non digna mentione est domuncula viridis quam post oppidum Brein a sinistra reliquimus mire deliciosam, arboribus contextis undique circumseptum ; in quas ex domo transgredi veluti in tabulata possis, domuique tignis erectis constructae, domus ramis exurgens annexa videri potest.