Talk:List of prehistoric hexacorals

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Sorry Mark T young and user:Abyssal but the generic instruction and extinction talk plaques seem to me to be unnecessary or out of place. Basic instructions are found below every edit page or can be readily found. Moreover hexacorals (scleractinia) are far from extinct - even considering the present concerns over reef health.

Besides, the colored in Wiki intros and instructions could be a lot crisper. J.H.McDonnell (talk) 22:06, 18 October 2009 (UTC)