Montipora sp.

Stony Coral

Montipora sp., Steinkoralle, Stony Coral
code: WHTKV0076
WHTFT0134 Montipora sp.<br>
code: WHTFT0134
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WHTFT0285
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WHTFT0423
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WNTFT0462
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WNTFT0463
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WNTFT0464
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WNTFT0467
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WNTFT0465
Montipora sp.,Steinkoralle,Stony Coral
code: WNTFT0466
Montipora sp., Steinkoralle, Stony Coral
code: WHTFT0176


Exif Keywords: Meer, Meerestier, Meerestiere, Niedere Tiere, Wirbellose, Invertebrata, Invertebrate, Invertebrates, Korallenriff, coral reef, Cnidaria, Hohltiere, Hohltier, Koralle, Korallen, coral
Exif ImageDescription: Montipora sp., Steinkoralle, Stony Coral

Scleractinia, also called Stony corals, are exclusively marine animals; they are very similar to sea anemones but generate a hard skeleton. They first appeared in the Middle Triassic and replaced tabulate and rugose corals that went extinct at the end of the Permian. Much of the framework of coral reefs is formed by scleractinians. ... Source:Wikipedia



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