Abstract

The study of some Coelenterata from the Triassic through Middle Jurassic of Canada, preserved in the collections of the Institute of Sedimentary and Petroleum Geology, Geological Survey of Canada, Calgary, Alberta, permitted one to specify the stratigraphical position of the studied material. Two new species of Scleractinia from Dogger outcrops are described. Paleoecological conclusions are made, showing the non-reefal character of this material.

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