Corallum ramose, consisting of continuous serpula-like cell tubes, without
intercellular tissue, arising from the center of the branch, and increasing by
lateral gemmation. No transverse diaphragms or mural pores have been
observed in the typical species of the genus.
I only have one piece of this odd coral.
This specimen was collected from a roadcut near Schoharie, NY in the Kalkberg formation (Devonian, Lockhovian to Pragian stage).