Submitted by: Mike Topor
Taxon: Xenocyathellus thedfordensis
Submit date: 2007-02-18
Location (approximate): Thedford, Lambton, ON
Stratigraphy: Arkona Formation
Age: Erian (Middle Devonian)
Submitter notes: Occurs high in the Arkona formation in the same horizon as the button coral Microcyclus, but not as numerous. Because of it's shape it's often called the 'slipper coral'. The largest of the six specimens measures 13mm long and nearly as wide.

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