Although more than one hundred species of corals have been described from the Upper Cretaceous formations of North America, there has been no attempt, to date, to compile a bibliographic index of the species. The author feels that such an index would be useful to paleontologists in future identifications. The following bibliography includes a list, with annotations, of all available literature on North American corals of Upper Cretaceous age; a catalogue of genera and species; and a plate showing the distribution of species.
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Perkins, Bob F.
"An Annotated Bibliography of North American Upper Cretaceous Corals, 1785-1950,"
Fondren Science Series: Vol. 1:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholar.smu.edu/fondrenscienceseries/vol1/iss3/1