Bryozoan are tiny colonial animals that generally build stony
skeletons of calcium carbonate, superficially similar to coral
(although some species lack any calcification in the colony
and instead have a mucilaginous structure.) There are
thousands of different species.
( See Bryozoan)
This is approx. 1 inch long with a round shape.
Not sure if it is bryozoa or coral.
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