Tabulata
Species

Catenipora maxima (Fischer-Benzon, 1871)

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Taxon description

Klaamann, 1966b

Corallum flat, medium-sized, composed of exceptionally big elliptic corallites of 3.0—3.3 X 4.0—4.6 mm. In the spots where chains separate, corallites are triangular in contours. At the sides of meshes up to three corallites are placed, but frequently there is only one. Thickness of walls 0.4—0.5 mm. Tabulae horizontal or in places incomplete. Short septal spinules are rarely observed.

Synonymy list
1871     Halysites obliqua var. maxima — Fischer-Benzon , pp. 19 , fig. 2:8
1961     Catenipora monstruosa sp. n. — Klaamann , pp. 91-92 , fig. 11:1-2
1966     Catenipora maxima (Fischer-Benzon, 1871) — Klaamann , pp. 29,58-59 , fig. 17:4-5
1967     Catenipora maxima (Fischer-Benzon, 1871) — Stasinska , pp. 48-49 , fig. 4:2a-b
Selection of related publications
Stasinska, A. 1967. Tabulata from Norway, Sweden and from the erratic boulders of Poland.Palaeontologia Polonica 18 , 1-112.
Klaamann, E. R. 1966. The incommunicate tabulata of Estonia.ENSV TA Geoloogia Instituudi uurimused , 1-97.