Submitted by: Mike Topor
Taxon: Heliophyllum halli
Submit date: 2007-03-05
Location (approximate): Thedford, Lambton, ON
Stratigraphy: Hungry Hollow Formation
Age: Erian (Middle Devonian)
Submitter notes: Heliophyllum halli comprises the bulk of the solitary coral species found in the “coral zone” of the Hungry Hollow member. They are the most common coral to be found there. These two specimens are slightly smaller than average, but show the general form well. The diameter of the specimen on the left is 39mm. The length of the coral on the right is 67mm and the width is 42mm.

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