New Species of Black Coral (Cnidaria: Antipatharia) from the Northern Gulf of Mexico
A new species of black coral, Antlpathes expansa (Cnldarla: Antlpatharla) from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico Is described. The species Is distinguished from other westem Atlantic flabellate species by having large, conical, tuberculate spines. A. expansa resembles the lndo-Paclflc species Antlpathes cancellata (Brook) but differs In having a non-retlculate corallum and slightly larger polyps.
Opresko, D. M. and S. D. Cairns.
New Species of Black Coral (Cnidaria: Antipatharia) from the Northern Gulf of Mexico.
Northeast Gulf Science
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