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This table stony
Found this on the beach today. Any ideas?
Looks like a colony that's invading other
Diploria labyrinthiformis, known by the common name grooved brain
A type of stony
A type of hard coral with cone-like ...
, stoutly-branched stony
The colonies of this stony
Also known as Hammer Euphyllia, Anchor Bubble
A very common hard coral in these parts.
reproduce in these corals.
The colony is spherical and looks like brain
Sun corals belong to a group of
A fossilized coral of the Cladocora ...
Acropora is a genus of small polyp stony ...
This coral is identified by the colony's ...
This species is found in shallow reef environments, especially where protected ...
This coral belong to a group of
Also known as Galaxea Coral, Galaxy
Also known as Mayer's Coral and Boulder ...
Colonies are thick-plated or hemispherical and are frequently over a meter ...
Low, branching colonies, with branches sprawling in all directions, some ...
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The hermatypic, stony
A hard coral that appears to have "leaves", ...
Euphyllia divisa, commonly known as frogspawn, is a large-polyped
Goniopora have numerous polyps that extend outward from the base. Each polyp is ...
Greenish transulcent tentacles terminated by translucent white discs. Some of ...
Also known as Brain Coral, colonies of P. ...
The Black Tube Coral is a large polyp
Tubastrea, also known as sun coral or sun ...
Turbinaria patula is a stony
Tubastrea coccinea, commonly known as the orange cup
Photo take at -40 ft in a Caribbean reef. is a colonial
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