Definition of Acroporidae. Meaning of Acroporidae. Synonyms of Acroporidae

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Definition of Acroporidae

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Meaning of Acroporidae from wikipedia

- Acroporidae is a family of small polyped stony corals in the phylum Cnidaria. The name is derived from the Gr**** "akron" meaning "summit" and refers to...
- Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Cl****: Anthozoa Order: Scleractinia Family: Acroporidae Genus: Acropora Oken, 1815 Species See text Synonyms List Heteropora...
- On 29 January 2010, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species identified 149 data deficient species in the Cnidaria phylum (Animalia kingdom). Edwardsia...
- Acropora humilis (Dana, 1846) in the family Acroporidae Montipora digitata Pallas 1766 in the family Acroporidae Porites compressa Pallas 1766 in the family...
- Alveopora is a genus of colonial stony corals in the family Acroporidae. Members of this genus are native to the Indo-Pacific region and are often found...
- montipora, is a type of small polyp stony (SPS) coral in the family Acroporidae. Montipora capricornis forms flat, plating colonies. The colonies expand...
- commonly known as rice coral or pore coral, is a stony coral in the family Acroporidae. It is a reef building species and is found in tropical parts of the...
- Isopora palifera is a species of stony coral in the family Acroporidae. It is a reef building coral living in shallow water and adopts different forms...
- Hatta, Masayuki (2000). "Phylogenetic relationships in the coral family Acroporidae, re****essed by inference from mitochondrial genes". Zoological Science...
- Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Cl****: Anthozoa Order: Scleractinia Family: Acroporidae Genus: Acropora Species: A. cervicornis Binomial name Acropora cervicornis...
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