. Bulletins of American paleontology. 28 Bulletin 347 Propora thebesensis. Paleofavosltes subelongus GROWTH FORMS â ^ Bulbo-Columnar '^ Domico-Columnar ' High Bulbous '^ Low Bulbous â High Domical ° Low Domical Text-figure 10. âTriangle diagrams showing growth forms of Propora thebesensis (top row) and Paleofavosiles subelongus (bottom row). W = corallum width. H = corallum height, M = height to the widest point, P = corallum penmeter; the three values plotted are W (x 3) (range 0-50%), M (X 5) (range 0-50%), and (P + H) ( x 2) (range 50-100%). Percentages are of the total for the three plott

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. Bulletins of American paleontology. 28 Bulletin 347 Propora thebesensis. Paleofavosltes subelongus GROWTH FORMS â ^ Bulbo-Columnar '^ Domico-Columnar ' High Bulbous '^ Low Bulbous â High Domical ° Low Domical Text-figure 10. âTriangle diagrams showing growth forms of Propora thebesensis (top row) and Paleofavosiles subelongus (bottom row). W = corallum width. H = corallum height, M = height to the widest point, P = corallum penmeter; the three values plotted are W (x 3) (range 0-50%), M (X 5) (range 0-50%), and (P + H) ( x 2) (range 50-100%). Percentages are of the total for the three plotted values. For example, a corallum having W = 100 mm, H = 50 mm, M = 40 mm, and P = 250 mm would have values of W (x 3) = 300(27.3%), M (x 5) = 200 (18.2%), and (P + H) (x 2) = 600 (54.5%); such a specimen would plot in the lower left part of the field for low bulbous growth forms shown in the small standard triangle diagram in the upper left of the text-figure. For each species, the plot for all measurable coralla from the east- central Llnited States is identified; other plots are for the Section-intervals indicated; n = number of coralla (two paris of one composite corallum were considered separately). Each data point represents a single corallum, except where a solid line connects points from a composite corallum; symbols for growth forms are listed in the lower left of the text-figure. The small standard triangle diagram shows fields in which various growth form categories plot; lateral profiles of representative coralla are shown as silhouettes.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Paleontological Research Institution (Ithaca, N. Y. ); Columbia University. Ithaca, N. Y. , Paleontological Research Institution [etc. ]

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