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The lower and more coralline the island, the blacker the islanders; the more elevated and volcanic, the lighter.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
Where the white "Coralline" Crag occurs, the pebble bed lies below it.
They are composed of coralline limestone, nowhere exceeding 200 feet above the sea, and are well wooded and tolerably fertile.
Those of the third class are the low coralline islands, usually having lagoons of water in their midst.
Thus are commenced those coralline islets of which you have seen so many in these seas.