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  • fig. S1. Geology and paleogeography of the Triassic reef deposits.
  • fig. S2. Microstructural and mineralogical features of the skeleton of the Triassic (early Norian) Volzeia sp. A from Alakir Çay, Turkey (ZPAL H.21.27) and modern symbiotic coral Symphyllia radians.
  • fig. S3. Microstructural and mineralogical features of the skeleton of the Triassic (early Norian) cerioid Cerioheterastraea cerioidea from Alakir Çay, Turkey (ZPAL H.21.20).
  • fig. S4a. State of preservation of early Norian solitary scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4b. State of preservation of early Norian solitary scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4c. State of preservation early Norian phaceloid scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4d. State of preservation of early Norian phaceloid scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4e. State of preservation of early Norian solitary and phaceloid scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4f. State of preservation of early Norian phaceloid and meandroid scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4g. State of preservation of early Norian cerioid scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4h. State of preservation of early Norian cerioid scleractinian corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S4i. State of preservation of early Norian thick-walled, pachythecaliine corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) used for geochemical analyses.
  • fig. S5. Oxygen and carbon isotopic composition of modern symbiotic and asymbiotic corals.
  • fig. S6. Carbon (δ13C) and oxygen (δ18O) isotopic composition of Triassic corals (Alakir Çay, Turkey) and calcite cements infilling their corallites.
  • table S1. Inventory numbers, taxonomic attribution, and growth forms of examined Triassic coral samples from Antalya, Turkey.
  • table S2. Inventory numbers, taxonomic attribution, and oxygen and carbon isotopic composition of Triassic corals from Antalya, Turkey and calcite cement from corresponding corallite infilling (the same inventory number as coral sample but with “_C” ending).
  • table S3. Nitrogen isotopic composition of OM extracted from Triassic corals from Antalya, Turkey.
  • table S4. Inventory numbers of sections, taxonomic attribution, locality data, symbiotic status (s, symbiotic; as, asymbiotic), and regularity of growth increments expressed as CV (%) of dispersion of values of band thickness obtained from each skeleton of examined modern scleractinian coral samples.
  • table S5. Inventory numbers of sections (including numbers in Fig. 1), taxonomic attribution, and regularity of growth increments expressed as CV (%) of dispersion of values of band thickness obtained from each skeleton of examined fossil (Triassic) corals from Alakir Ҫay, Turkey.
  • table S6. Nitrogen isotopic composition of skeleton-bound OM from modern symbiotic and asymbiotic corals.
  • table S7. Inventory numbers of sections, taxonomic attribution, locality data, symbiotic status (s, symbiotic; as, asymbiotic), and oxygen and carbon isotopic composition of modern symbiotic and asymbiotic corals.
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