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Super-rare 'elkhorn' coral found in Pacific
Date:7/29/2010

olonies might represent a species that has not been seen for over a hundred years (A. rotumana) says something about how much we know about the remote reefs of North Pacific.

"And the fact that it and many other corals don't qualify as at risk under IUCN criteria is very disappointing. The IUCN seems to be too demanding in terms of the criteria for listing, and we urge they should err on the side of caution in cases like this."


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Contact: Zoe Richards
Zoe.Richards@jcu.edu.au
045-054-5081
ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies
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