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The Holy Cross Mountains of Poland yield an abundance of marine Devonian fossils that have been studied and described since the mid–nineteenth century. Reef–formers are a major part of the overall fauna, and the stromatoporoids and the rugose corals have already received full attention. This publication extends full descriptive cover to the third of the important reef–building groups, the tabulate corals.
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