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New Coral Species From the Pacific – Psammogorgia Hookeri

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The year 2014 seems to be the year of new discoveries for the sea world. First it was an anemone, next was cold water corals in the most unexpected regions and now it’s a new species of corals discovered by the researchers from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) and the University of Costa Rica. This new species from the… [Read More]

New Coral Species Ctenactis Triangularis From Andaman Islands, India

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By the end of 2013 we have a unique and new species of coral recently described. A new species of scleractinian coral Ctenactis triangularis in the family Fungiidae has been described from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This species has a triangular arm shaped corallum with the mouth extending along all three arms. Septal dentition is long, cylindrical, equally sized… [Read More]

Balanopsammia Wirtzi is The Newly Recognized Coral Species Of The Year

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We saw a few impressive new coral species that were defined previous year; some overwhelmed us and some failed to generate any buzz. Here comes this year’s first new species of corals defined recently and thought not much have been known about this species we are pretty positive that this one is going to make it to the top of… [Read More]

Formation of new coral species

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[google_adsense_in_post] Since the annotations made by English naturalist Charles Darwin on the Galapagos Islands, researchers have been fascinated in how physical barriers, such as seclusion on a particular island, can lead to the formation of new species through the process of natural selection. Natural selection is a process whereby genetic traits that augment endurance become more widespread in consecutive generations,… [Read More]

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