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Alveopora Blainville, 1830

206945  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:206945)

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Genus
Madrepora daedalea Forskål, 1775 accepted as Alveopora daedalea (Forskål, 1775) (type by subsequent designation)
Favositipora Saville Kent, 1871 · unaccepted > junior subjective synonym
Porastrea Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848 † · unaccepted > junior subjective synonym

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  1. Species Alveopora allingi Hoffmeister, 1925
  2. Species Alveopora catalai Wells, 1968
  3. Species Alveopora daedalea (Forskål, 1775)
  4. Species Alveopora excelsa Verrill, 1864
  5. Species Alveopora fenestrata (Lamarck, 1816)
  6. Species Alveopora gigas Veron, 1985
  7. Species Alveopora japonica Eguchi, 1965
  8. Species Alveopora marionensis Veron & Pichon, 1982
  9. Species Alveopora minuta Veron, 2000
  10. Species Alveopora ocellata Wells, 1954
  11. Species Alveopora spongiosa Dana, 1846
  12. Species Alveopora superficialis Pillai & Scheer, 1976
  13. Species Alveopora tizardi Bassett-Smith, 1890
  14. Species Alveopora verrilliana Dana, 1846
  15. Species Alveopora viridis Quoy & Gaimard, 1833
  16. Species Alveopora alcalai Nemenzo, 1976 accepted as Alveopora spongiosa Dana, 1846 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  17. Species Alveopora fijiensis Hoffmeister, 1932 accepted as Alveopora spongiosa Dana, 1846 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  18. Species Alveopora intersepta (Esper, 1795) accepted as Stephanocoenia intersepta (Esper, 1795) (unaccepted > superseded combination)
  19. Species Alveopora irregularis Crossland, 1952 accepted as Goniopora stokesi Milne Edwards & Haime, 1851 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  20. Species Alveopora mortenseni Crossland, 1952 accepted as Alveopora allingi Hoffmeister, 1925 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  21. Species Alveopora noamiae Nemenzo, 1979 accepted as Alveopora verrilliana Dana, 1846 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  22. Species Alveopora polyformis Zou, 1980 accepted as Goniopora polyformis (Zou, 1980) (unaccepted > superseded combination, basionym)
  23. Species Alveopora regularis Thiel, 1932 accepted as Alveopora spongiosa Dana, 1846 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  24. Species Alveopora retusa Verrill, 1864 accepted as Alveopora fenestrata (Lamarck, 1816) (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  25. Species Alveopora simplex Betterton, 1981 (unaccepted > nomen nudum)
  26. Species Alveopora trihedralis Nemenzo, 1980 accepted as Alveopora verrilliana Dana, 1846 (unaccepted > junior subjective synonym)
  27. Species Alveopora virdis Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 accepted as Alveopora viridis Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 (unaccepted > misspelling - incorrect subsequent spelling)
  28. Species Alveopora octoformis Blainville, 1830 (uncertain > taxon inquirendum)
  29. Species Alveopora peroni Blainville, 1830 (uncertain > taxon inquirendum)
  30. Species Alveopora retepora (Ellis & Solander, 1786) (uncertain > taxon inquirendum)
  31. Species Alveopora rubra Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 (uncertain > taxon inquirendum)
marine, fresh, terrestrial
de Blainville, H. M. (1830). Zoophytes. In: Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles, dans lequel on traitre méthodiquement des differéns êtres de la nature, considérés soit en eux-mêmes, d'après l'état actuel de nos connoissances, soit relativement à l'utlité qu'en peuvent retirer la médicine, l'agriculture, le commerce et les arts. Edited by F. G. Levrault. Tome 60. Paris, Le Normat. Pp. 548, pls. 68. <em>Paris, 1830.</em> 60 : 1-546., available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/25318344 [details]   
Description Alveopora is distinguished by its very light and porous skeletal structure in which septa are reduced to being rows of...  
Description Alveopora is distinguished by its very light and porous skeletal structure in which septa are reduced to being rows of small spines. (Sheppard, 1998 <308>).
Colonies are massive or branching, often with irregular shapes. The skeletal structure is very light, consisting of interconnecting rods and spines. Corallites have walls that are very perforated and septa that are mostly composed of fine spines which may meet in the centre forming a columella tangle. Polyps are large and fleshy and are normally extended day and night. They have 12 tentacles, often with swollen knob-like tips. (Veron, 1986 <57>) [details]
Hoeksema, B. W.; Cairns, S. (2024). World List of Scleractinia. Alveopora Blainville, 1830. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=206945 on 2024-05-22
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1997-02-03 14:17:27Z
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2000-07-18 15:57:33Z
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2014-03-30 00:19:31Z
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original description de Blainville, H. M. (1830). Zoophytes. In: Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles, dans lequel on traitre méthodiquement des differéns êtres de la nature, considérés soit en eux-mêmes, d'après l'état actuel de nos connoissances, soit relativement à l'utlité qu'en peuvent retirer la médicine, l'agriculture, le commerce et les arts. Edited by F. G. Levrault. Tome 60. Paris, Le Normat. Pp. 548, pls. 68. <em>Paris, 1830.</em> 60 : 1-546., available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/25318344 [details]   

original description  (of Favositipora Saville Kent, 1871) Saville Kent, W. (1870). On an existing coral closerly allied to the Palaeozoic genus Favosites; with remarks on the affinities of the Tabulata. <em>Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Ser. 4).</em> 6: 384-387 pls. 17-18. [details]   

taxonomy source Kitano YF, Benzoni F, Arrigoni R, Shirayama Y, Wallace CC, Fukami H. (2014). A Phylogeny of the Family Poritidae (Cnidaria, Scleractinia) Based on Molecular and Morphological Analyses. <em>PLoS ONE.</em> 9(5): e98406., available online at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0098406 [details]   

taxonomy source Dai CF, Horng S (2009) Scleractinia fauna of Taiwan. I. The complex group. National Taiwan University, Taipei, pp. 1-172. [details]   

context source (Hexacorallia) Fautin, Daphne G. (2013). Hexacorallians of the World. (look up in IMIS[details]   

basis of record Veron JEN. (1986). Corals of Australia and the Indo-Pacific. <em>Angus & Robertson Publishers.</em>  [details]   

additional source Neave, Sheffield Airey. (1939-1996). Nomenclator Zoologicus vol. 1-10 Online. <em>[Online Nomenclator Zoologicus at Checklistbank. Ubio link has gone].</em> , available online at https://www.checklistbank.org/dataset/126539/about [details]   

additional source Duncan PM (1884) A revision of the families and genera of the sclerodermic Zoantharia, Ed. & H., or Madreporaria (M. Rugosa excepted). Journal of the Linnean Society of London, 18: 1-204. [details]   

additional source Dawson EW. (1992). The Coelenterata of the New Zealand region: a handlist for curators, students and ecologists. <em>Occasional papers of the Hutton Foundation, New Zealand.</em> 1: 1-68.
page(s): 48 [details]   

additional source Randall RH. (2003). An annotated checklist of hydrozoan and scleractinian corals collected from Guam and other Mariana Islands. <em>Micronesica.</em> 35-36: 121-137.
page(s): 133 [details]   

additional source Veron JEN. (2000). Corals of the World. Vol. 1–3. <em>Australian Institute of Marine Science and CRR, Queensland, Australia.</em>  [details]   

additional source Yabe H, Sugiyama T. (1935). Revised list of the reef-corals from the Japanese seas and of the fossil reef corals of the raised reefs and the Ryukyu limestone of Japan. <em>Journal of the Geological Society of Japan.</em> 42: 379-403.
page(s): 390 [details]   

additional source Kitahara, M.V., J. Stolarski, S.D. Cairns, F. Benzoni, J.L. Stake & D.J. Miller. (2012). The first modern solitary Agariciidae (Anthozoa, Scleractinia) revealed by molecular and microstructural analysis. <em>Invertebrate Systematics.</em> 26 (3): 303-315., available online at https://doi.org/10.1071/is11053
page(s): 303 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

additional source Sheppard, C. R. C. (1985). Fringing reefs in the southern region, Jeddah to Jizan. Fauna of Saudi Arabia, 7, 37-58
page(s): 45, 48 [details]   

additional source Sheppard, C. R. C.; Sheppard, A. L. S. (1985). The central Red Sea at Yanbu al Sinaiyah. Fauna of Saudi Arabia, 7, 17-36
page(s): 28 [details]   

additional source Dunn, D. F. (1982). Cnidaria. McGraw-Hill Book Company. New York and other cities., volume 1, pp. 669-706
page(s): 703 [details]   
 
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From other sources
Description Alveopora is distinguished by its very light and porous skeletal structure in which septa are reduced to being rows of small spines. (Sheppard, 1998 <308>).
Colonies are massive or branching, often with irregular shapes. The skeletal structure is very light, consisting of interconnecting rods and spines. Corallites have walls that are very perforated and septa that are mostly composed of fine spines which may meet in the centre forming a columella tangle. Polyps are large and fleshy and are normally extended day and night. They have 12 tentacles, often with swollen knob-like tips. (Veron, 1986 <57>) [details]

Remark Type species: Madrepora daedalea Forskal, 1977 from the Red Sea (Veron, 1986). [details]
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English flowerpot coraldaisy coral  [details]
Japanese アワサンゴ属  [details]