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Very interesting. Wonder what the ossicles look like. Any chance of it being young of atra or leucospilota?

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From: flmnh-aspidolist <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Dave Lane <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: Holo sp.1 from Rowley Shoals reef NW Australia - any guesses?
 
Now I see the other pictures - only one (the close-up) downloaded at first.

Fingers and dead rubble of Acropora branches give an approx. scale - pretty small  ! 

Dave Lane

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LKC Natural History NMuseum
National University of Singapore

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Subject: Holo sp.1 from Rowley Shoals reef NW Australia - any guesses?
 

Got this from a colleague in WA

Holo sp.1 from Rowley Shoals, NW Australia - any guesses?

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Thanks

Kim

 

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