Synonyms: Actinacis caribiensis Frost and Langenheim, Jr. 1974, Goniopora copoyensis Frost and Langenheim, Jr. 1974
Full reference: J. W. Wells. 1934. Some fossil corals from the West Indies. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 83(2975):71-110
Sister taxa: Actinacis alabamensis, Actinacis cognata, Actinacis elegans, Actinacis haueri, Actinacis magna, Actinacis martiniana, Actinacis miyakoensis, Actinacis parvulina, Actinacis phineus, Actinacis remesi, Actinacis reussi, Actinacis rollei, Actinacis sawkinsi, Actinacis valverdensis
- Actinacis barretti: Its type locality is Cambridge [Yellow Limestone Gp], which is in a Lutetian shallow subtidal limestone in Jamaica
- Actinacis caribiensis: Its type locality is Copoya TM-1, which is in a Lutetian reef, buildup or bioherm limestone in the San Juan Formation of Mexico.
- Goniopora copoyensis: Its type locality is Copoya TM-1, which is in a Lutetian reef, buildup or bioherm limestone in the San Juan Formation of Mexico.
Ecology: stationary epifaunal photosymbiotic-suspension feeder
• Miocene of Jamaica (1 collection)
Total: 9 collections each including a single occurrence
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