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Colonies lamellar, often attaining a large size. Coenosteum reticulate-granular, reddish-orange. Gastro- and dactylopores uniformly distributed on corallum faces, of the axial type. Dactylopore spines circular to elliptical, enclosed by a thin wall for entire perimeter. Dactylostyles absent. Gastrostyles elongate but tabulae absent; a diffuse ring palisade present. Ampullae internal.
Cyclohelia lamellata Cairns, 1991, by original designation.
Known only from the Aleutian Islands and Pribilof Islands, 27–567 m.
- Cairns, S; Lindner, A; 2011: A Revision of the Stylasteridae (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa, Filifera) from Alaska and Adjacent Waters ZooKeys, 158: 1-88. doi
- Lindner A, Cairns S, Cunningham C (2008) From offshore to onshore: multiple origins of shallow-water corals from deep-sea ancestors. PLoS One 3(6): e2429. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002429