Samples of rejuvenated corallites (n = 21) from the Columbretes Islands, previously cleared of organic matter, and a corallite sample from a Holocene fossil reef in Menorca (Balearic Islands, Western Mediterranean Sea) (32) were subjected to microtomographic analysis at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, using a phoenix nanotom x-ray tube at 100 kV and 135 μA. Scan images of longitudinal corallite sections were used to identify and describe the polyp reduction processes.

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