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'Fungia', or the Liassic Aporosa than the existing members of the same families?
Lectures and Essays Thomas Henry Huxley 1860
‘Paleocyclus’ less highly organized or more embryonic than the modern ‘Fungia’, or the Liassic Aporosa than the existing members of the same families?
_Fungia_, or the Liassic Aporosa than the existing members of the same families?
Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews Thomas Henry Huxley 1860
_Fungia_ is quite at home here; for, independently of _F. agariciformis_, _scutaria_, and _limacina_, a long kind was also found, having, like the two former, only one central cavity; they are found in shallow water among other corals.
A New Voyage Round the World, in the years 1823, 24, 25, and 26, Vol. 2 Otto von Kotzebue 1816
The corals found on the sanctuary's fringing reefs include, table coral (Acropora cytheria) rice coral (Montipora capitata), lobe coral (Pavona duerdeni), corrugated coral (Pavona varians), mushroom coral (Fungia scutaria), lace coral (Pocillopora damicornis), antler coral (Pocillopora eydouxi), cauliflower coral (Pocilopora meandrina), finger coral (Porites compressa) and plate coral (Porites rus).
Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary 2008
hernesheir commented on the word Fungia
It's a coral, the mushroom coral.
February 21, 2013