A soft, whitish, coral-like stone, formed of broken shells and corals, found in the southern United States, and used for roadbeds and for building material, as in the fort at St. Augustine, Florida.
Coarse porous limestone composed of shells and shell fragments loosely cemented by calcite.
A limestone composed of an aggregate of shells and shell fragments.
A detrital limestone composed of broken shell fragments which is weakly to moderately cemeneted together usually occurring in relatively recent deposits.
A soft, porous limestone made up largely of shells, coral, and fossils cemented together.
Coquina - A sedimentary rock composed of shell fragments that have been size-sorted by currents and transported to the site of deposition.
soft, porous limestone composed of broken shells, corals, and other organic debris.
A limestone comprised mostly of broken pieces of marine fossils
Coquina (IPA: ) is an incompletely consolidated sedimentary rock of biochemical origin, mainly composed of mineral calcite, often including some phosphate, in the form of seashells or coral. It is created in association with marine reefs. While not usually referred to as such, it is actually a subset of limestone.