Extended Data Fig. 1: Photographs of anthozoans. | Nature Ecology & Evolution

Extended Data Fig. 1: Photographs of anthozoans.

From: Palaeoclimate ocean conditions shaped the evolution of corals and their skeletons through deep time

Extended Data Fig. 1

Acropora sp. (Scleractinia, stony coral), Javania sp. (Scleractinia, solitary stony coral), Corynactis annulata (Corallimorpharia, naked coral), Telopathes magna (Antipatharia, black coral); Hexacorals middle row, left to right: Relicanthus cf. daphneae (Actiniaria, anemone), Actiniidae sp. (Actiniaria, anemone), Zoanthus sansibaricus (Zoantharia, colonial anemone), Ceriantharia (Ceriantharia, tube anemone); Octocorals bottom row, left to right: Plexaurella nutans and Gorgonia ventalina (Alcyonacea, holaxonian gorgonians), Anthomastus sp. (Alcyonacea, soft coral), Keratoisidinae (Alcyonacea, calcaxonian gorgonian), Virgularia cf. gustaviana (Pennatulacea, sea pen). Photographs taken by C.S. McFadden, J. D. Reimer, or courtesy of NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research.

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