High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Rhodogorgonales are
an order of red alga, a sister group to the corallines. They are
always thalloid and calcified; their calcification is very
different from the corallines, as individual calcite crystals are
deposited in the cell wall of specialised cells; this suggests that
the evolution of calcification may have been independent from the
corallines. They have no fossil record.
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