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Veron, J.E.N. (1986). Corals of Australia and the Indo-Pacific. Angus & Robertson Publishers, London.
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Acanthastrea Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848 (basis of record)
Acanthastrea angulosa Brüggemann, 1879 accepted as Acanthastrea bowerbanki Milne Edwards & Haime, 1857 accepted as Homophyllia bowerbanki (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1857) (basis of record)
Acanthastrea echinata (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora Oken, 1815 (basis of record)
Acropora aculeus (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora acuminata (Verrill, 1864) (basis of record)
Acropora anthocercis (Brook, 1893) (basis of record)
Acropora aspera (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora austera (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora brueggemanni (Brook, 1893) accepted as Isopora brueggemanni (Brook, 1893) (basis of record)
Acropora bushyensis Veron & Wallace, 1984 (basis of record)
Acropora cerealis (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora clathrata (Brook, 1891) (basis of record)
Acropora cuneata (Dana, 1846) accepted as Isopora cuneata (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora cytherea (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora danai (Milne Edwards, 1860) accepted as Acropora abrotanoides (Lamarck, 1816) (basis of record)
Acropora deliculata (Brook, 1891) accepted as Acropora selago (Studer, 1879) (basis of record)
Acropora digitifera (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora divaricata (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora elseyi (Brook, 1892) (basis of record)
Acropora florida (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora formosa (Dana, 1846) accepted as Acropora muricata (Linnaeus, 1758) (basis of record)
Acropora gemmifera (Brook, 1892) (basis of record)
Acropora glauca (Brook, 1893) (basis of record)
Acropora horrida (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora humilis (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora hyacinthus (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora latistella (Brook, 1892) (basis of record)
Acropora longicyathus (Milne Edwards, 1860) (basis of record)
Acropora loripes (Brook, 1892) (basis of record)
Acropora lutkeni Crossland, 1952 (basis of record)
Acropora microphthalma (Verrill, 1870) (basis of record)
Acropora millepora (Ehrenberg, 1834) (basis of record)
Acropora nana (Studer, 1879) (basis of record)
Acropora nasuta (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora nobilis (Dana, 1846) accepted as Acropora robusta (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora palifera (Lamarck, 1816) accepted as Isopora palifera (Lamarck, 1816) (additional source)
Acropora paniculata Verrill, 1902 (basis of record)
Acropora polystoma (Brook, 1891) (basis of record)
Acropora pulchra (Brook, 1891) (basis of record)
Acropora robusta (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora samoensis (Brook, 1891) (basis of record)
Acropora secale (Studer, 1878) (basis of record)
Acropora selago (Studer, 1879) (basis of record)
Acropora tenuis (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Acropora valida (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Agaricia Lamarck, 1801 (basis of record)
Alveopora Blainville, 1830 (basis of record)
Alveopora allingi Hoffmeister, 1925 (basis of record)
Alveopora spongiosa Dana, 1846 (basis of record)
Alveopora tizardi Bassett-Smith, 1890 (basis of record)
Alveopora verrilliana Dana, 1846 (basis of record)
Anacropora Ridley, 1884 (basis of record)
Anacropora forbesi Ridley, 1884 (basis of record)
Anomastraea Marenzeller, 1901 (additional source)
Anomastraea irregularis von Marenzeller, 1901 (basis of record)
Anthemiphyllia Pourtalès, 1878 (additional source)
Archohelia accepted as Petrophyllia Conrad, 1855 (additional source)
Astrangia Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848 (additional source)
Astreopora Blainville, 1830 (basis of record)
Astreopora gracilis Bernard, 1896 (basis of record)
Astreopora listeri Bernard, 1896 (basis of record)
Astreopora myriophthalma (Lamarck, 1816) (basis of record)
Astreosmilia Ortmann, 1892 accepted as Astraeosmilia Ortmann, 1892 accepted as Caulastraea Dana, 1846 (basis of record)
Astreosmilia connata Ortmann, 1892 accepted as Caulastraea connata (Ortmann, 1892) (basis of record)
Aulocyathus Marenzeller, 1904 (additional source)
Barabattoia amicorum (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1849) accepted as Dipsastraea amicorum (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1849) (basis of record)
Blastomussa Wells, 1968 (basis of record)
Blastomussa merleti (Wells, 1961) (basis of record)
Blastomussa wellsi Wijsman-Best, 1973 (basis of record)
Boninastrea Yabe & Sugiyama, 1935 (additional source)
Bourneotrochus Wells, 1984 (additional source)
Caryophyllia Lamarck, 1801 (additional source)
Catalaphyllia Wells, 1971 (basis of record)
Catalaphyllia jardinei (Saville-Kent, 1893) (basis of record)
Caulastrea Dana, 1846 accepted as Caulastraea Dana, 1846 (basis of record)
Caulastrea curvata Wijsman-Best, 1972 accepted as Caulastraea curvata Wijsman-Best, 1972 (additional source)
Caulastrea tumida Matthai, 1928 accepted as Caulastraea tumida Matthai, 1928 (additional source)
Cladopsammia Lacaze-Duthiers, 1897 (additional source)
Coeloseris Vaughan, 1918 (basis of record)
Coeloseris mayeri Vaughan, 1918 (basis of record)
Conocyathus d'Orbigny, 1849 (additional source)
Conotrochus Seguenza, 1864 (additional source)
Coscinaraea Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848 (basis of record)
Coscinaraea columna (Dana, 1846) (basis of record)
Ctenella Matthai, 1928 (basis of record)
Culicia Dana, 1846 (basis of record)
Cyathelia Milne Edwards & Haime, 1849 (basis of record)
Cyathoceras Moseley, 1881 accepted as Crispatotrochus Tenison-Woods, 1878 (additional source)
Cycloseris marginata (Boschma, 1923) accepted as Cycloseris costulata (Ortmann, 1889) (basis of record)
Cylindrophyllia Yabe & Eguchi, 1937 accepted as Peponocyathus Gravier, 1915 (basis of record)
Cynarina Brüggemann, 1877 (basis of record)
Cynarina lacrimalis (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848) accepted as Cynarina lacrymalis (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848) (basis of record)
Cyphastrea Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848 (basis of record)
Cyphastrea chalcidicum (Forskål, 1775) (basis of record)
Cyphastrea microphthalma (Lamarck, 1816) (basis of record)
Cyphastrea serailia (Forskål, 1775) (basis of record)
Deltocyathus Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848 (additional source)
Dendrophyllia de Blainville, 1830 (additional source)
Desmophyllum Ehrenberg, 1834 (additional source)
Aldabra for Heliopora coerulea (Pallas, 1766) 
Aldabra for Millepora Linnaeus, 1758 
Aldabra for Stylaraea punctata (Linnaeus, 1758) 
Aldabra for Tubipora musica Linnaeus, 1758 
Andaman Sea for Diaseris fragilis Alcock, 1893 
Australian Exclusive Economic Zone for Goniastrea australensis (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1857) 
Bay of Bengal for Heteropsammia cochlea (Spengler, 1781) 
Bushy Island for Acropora bushyensis Veron & Wallace, 1984 
Chagos for Heliopora coerulea (Pallas, 1766) 
Chagos for Millepora Linnaeus, 1758 
Chagos for Montipora efflorescens Bernard, 1897 
Chagos for Porites australiensis Vaughan, 1918 
Chagos for Tubipora musica Linnaeus, 1758 
Chesterfield Archipelago for Platygyra pini Chevalier, 1975 
China Sea for Alveopora tizardi Bassett-Smith, 1890 
China Sea for Platygyra sinensis (Milne Edwards & Haime, 1849) 
China Sea for Stylocoeniella guentheri (Bassett-Smith, 1890) 
China Sea for Turbinaria peltata (Esper, 1794) 
Cocos Islands for Acropora pulchra (Brook, 1891) 
Cocos Islands for Anacropora forbesi Ridley, 1884 
Comores for Heliopora coerulea (Pallas, 1766) 
Comores for Millepora Linnaeus, 1758 
Comores for Stylaraea punctata (Linnaeus, 1758) 
Comores for Tubipora musica Linnaeus, 1758 
Djibouti for Stylaraea punctata (Linnaeus, 1758) 
East Indian Ocean for Echinophyllia aspera (Ellis & Solander, 1786) 
East Indies for Favia speciosa (Dana, 1846) 
East Indies for Favites pentagona (Esper, 1795) 
East Indies for Halomitra pileus (Linnaeus, 1758) 
East Indies for Pachyseris speciosa (Dana, 1846) 
East Indies for Plerogyra sinuosa (Dana, 1846) 
East Indies for Symphyllia radians Edwards & Haime, 1849 
Eritrea for Erythrastrea Pichon, Scheer & Pillai, 1983 
Eritrea for Gyrosmilia interrupta (Ehrenberg, 1834) 
Eritrea for Heliopora coerulea (Pallas, 1766) 
Eritrea for Millepora Linnaeus, 1758 
Eritrea for Physophyllia Duncan, 1884 
Eritrea for Stylaraea punctata (Linnaeus, 1758) 
Eritrea for Stylocoeniella armata (Ehrenberg, 1834) 
Eritrea for Tubipora musica Linnaeus, 1758 
Fiji for Acanthastrea echinata (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora aculeus (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora aspera (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora cuneata (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora florida (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora horrida (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora humilis (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora hyacinthus (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora nana (Studer, 1879) 
Fiji for Acropora robusta (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Acropora valida (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Alveopora spongiosa Dana, 1846 
Fiji for Coscinaraea columna (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Favia pallida (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Favia rotumana (Gardiner, 1899) 
Fiji for Favia stelligera (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Goniopora columna Dana, 1846 
Fiji for Leptastrea purpurea (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Montastraea curta (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Montipora digitata (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Pavona clavus (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Pavona decussata (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Pectinia paeonia (Dana, 1846) 
Fiji for Platygyra daedalea (Ellis & Solander, 1786) 
Fiji for Porites cylindrica Dana, 1846 
Fiji for Porites lichen Dana, 1846 
Fiji for Porites lobata Dana, 1846 
Fiji for Porites nigrescens Dana, 1848 
Fiji for Turbinaria frondens (Dana, 1846) 
Fijian Exclusive Economic Zone for Porites lutea Milne Edwards & Haime, 1851 
Gilbert Islands for Acropora acuminata (Verrill, 1864) 
Great Barrier Reef for Acropora elseyi (Brook, 1892) 
Great Barrier Reef for Acropora gemmifera (Brook, 1892) 
Great Barrier Reef for Acropora latistella (Brook, 1892) 
Great Barrier Reef for Acropora loripes (Brook, 1892) 
Great Barrier Reef for Acropora lutkeni Crossland, 1952 
Great Barrier Reef for Catalaphyllia jardinei (Saville-Kent, 1893) 
Great Barrier Reef for Montipora informis Bernard, 1897 
Great Barrier Reef for Montipora turgescens Bernard, 1897 
Great Barrier Reef for Porites australiensis Vaughan, 1918 
Great Palm Island for Echinophyllia orpheensis Veron & Pichon, 1980 
Great Palm Island for Madracis kirbyi Veron & Pichon, 1976 
Great Palm Island for Turbinaria reniformis Bernard, 1896 
Hawaiian Exclusive Economic Zone for Leptoseris scabra Vaughan, 1907 
Hawaiian Exclusive Economic Zone for Pocillopora meandrina Dana, 1846 
Hong Kong for Favites chinensis (Verrill, 1866) 
Indian Ocean for Acropora millepora (Ehrenberg, 1834) 
Indian Ocean for Cyphastrea microphthalma (Lamarck, 1816) 
Indian Ocean for Diploastrea heliopora (Lamarck, 1816) 
Indian Ocean for Fungia scutaria Lamarck, 1801 
Indian Ocean for Galaxea astreata (Lamarck, 1816) 
Indian Ocean for Hydnophora exesa (Pallas, 1766) 
Indian Ocean for Oulophyllia crispa (Lamarck, 1816) 
Indian Ocean for Turbinaria mesenterina (Lamarck, 1816) 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Cycloseris marginata (Boschma, 1923) 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Montipora peltiformis Bernard, 1897 
Kenya for Astreosmilia connata Ortmann, 1892 
Kenya for Heliopora coerulea (Pallas, 1766) 
Kenya for Millepora Linnaeus, 1758 
Kenya for Nemenzophyllia turbida Hodgson & Ross, 1982 
English brain coral for Leptoria Milne Edwards & Haime, 1848
English brain coral for Platygyra Ehrenberg, 1834
English red organ pipe coral for Tubipora musica Linnaeus, 1758
 Authority

Authority (E & H) in Sheppard 1998 <308>. [details]

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Authority given as Moseley, 1876 in Faure, G. (1977). [details]

 Authority

Authority given as Quoy & Gaimard, 1830 in Faure (1977). Type species: Porites verrucosa Lamarck, 1816 (Veron, 1986). [details]

 Authority

Authority Veron in Sheppard 1998 <308>. Type locality: Chesterfield Reefs, eastern Coral Sea (Veron, 1986). [details]

 Biology

Zooxanthellate and azooxaxnthellate [details]

 Description

"Grape corals". Colonies look like bunches of large grey grapes under water (Veron, 1986 <57>). [details]

 Description

A branching Porites, developing truly ramose skeletons which can cover many square metres. Branches are smooth on ... [details]

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A colonial fungiid which is oval in shape, and which is distinguished by its lack of a central furrow. Instead, all ... [details]

 Description

A foliaceous coral, with numerous vertical "leaves", which are really meandroid series of corallites with very ... [details]

 Description

A free living, colonial fungiid, which can reach 75 cm tall and broad. Small colonies up to 20 cm across are ... [details]

 Description

A large, stoutly branched Pocillopora, whose branches are generally considerably larger than the other species of ... [details]

 Description

Ahermatypic, colonies are dendroid becoming bushy by extratentacular budding. Corallites are tubular with septa ... [details]

 Description

Ahermatypic, colonies are dendroid, up to 1 m tall. Corallites are tubular with septa of immature corallites only ... [details]

 Description

All species, except for C. japonica (which is arborescent with axial and radial corallites), are massive or ... [details]

 Description

Alveopora is distinguished by its very light and porous skeletal structure in which septa are reduced to being rows ... [details]

 Description

An encrusting species, or sometimes thick encrusting colonies with leafy edges, this forms small colonies rarely ... [details]

 Description

Barabattoia is an ill-defined genus made up of uncommon species which usually have elongate corallites. Sometimes ... [details]

 Description

Blue coral. This is not a true coral, but produces a limestone skeleton. Its skeleton is bright blue when cleaned. ... [details]

 Description

Branches are stoutest in shallow water, and become finer with increasing depth. Below 30 metres, and in darkened ... [details]

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Branches are thick and most colonies contain mixtures of upright branches and horizontal branches, sometimes on a ... [details]

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Branches are widely spaced, less than 1-10 mm in diameter, tapering, with blunt tips. Spinules are distributed ... [details]

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Calcareous skeleton with fine, tapering branches which are rounded in section. Pores grouped along outer edges. ... [details]

 Description

Calices are about 1.3 mm in diameter and form excavations in the coenosteum. Septa are in two equal or sub-equal ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are a mass of small, vertical and irregular leaves, each being no more than a few cm tall. Leaves are ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are a mixture of flattened branches or columns or irregular nodules. They are sometimes found free-living. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are arborescent to caespitose. Corallites are widely spaced. The coenosteum is fine, thus giving branches ... [details]

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Colonies are arborescent to caespitose. Corallites are irregular and the surface of branches is very rough. Polyps ... [details]

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Colonies are arborescent with thin tapered branches, without axial corallites. All corallites are radial, and are ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are arborescent or prostrate with tapering branches with blunt ends and one or more immersed axial ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are arborescent, small, usually forming thickets. Branches are slender and straight. Radial corallites are ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are arborescent to caespito-corymbose. Radial corallites are of mixed sizes, are widely spaced and small, ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are attached, encrusting or laminar, unifacial, up to 1.5 m across. A central corallite is sometimes ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are branched, usually less than 30 cm tall. The species is distinguished from other species by having ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are branching, sometimes with an encrusting base. Concave calices give the surface a pitted appearance. ... [details]

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Colonies are caespitose, bowl-shaped, or are thick tables, with branches 6-12 mm thick. Axial corallites are often ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are caespito-corymbose with thin branches. Radial corallites are scale-like, highly structured and do not ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are caespitose, small bushes when small, but develop into brackets or corymbose plates up to almost a ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are caespitose or corymbose, composed of highly anastomosed branches which are thin, with most of their ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are caespito-corymbose, forming corymbose tables. Horizontal branches are anastomosed. Branches curve up ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are circular, encrusting. They are less than 15 mm in diameter and are thus smaller than any other coral. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are commonly up to 40 cm diameter, often greater. Calices are round, and separated by half or a full ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are commonly nearly perfect hemispheres, frequently reaching 1 metre across. Its calices are about 10-17 ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are composed of thin laminae often arranged in oblique overlapping whorls. Corallites are immersed or ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are composed of short irregularly dividing knob-like branches. Corallites are 1.7-2 mm in diameter with ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are composed of uniform sprawling branches with small uniform verrucae. Colour: Usually cream, or pink. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are composed of unifacial laminae, sometimes forming tiers, but mostly they are horizontal. Corallites are ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are corymbose, corymbose plates or caespitose. Branches are 5-9 mm thick, straight or uniformly curved. ... [details]

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Colonies are corymbose to tubular, with short branches. Redial corallites are all the same size and have prominent ... [details]

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Colonies are corymbose, with thick irregular branches. Radial corallites are very irregular giving a spiny ... [details]

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Colonies are corymbose or prostrate, branches are terete. Radial corallites are of two sized, thick-walled. Axial ... [details]

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Colonies are corymbose plates with or without upward branches. Radial corallites have wide openings and thick lips. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are delicate, unifacial, contorted and with irregularly divided fronds, each frond with a few corallites. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are digitate or arborescent with anastomosing upright branches. Corallites are immersed and are small ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are digitate, with mostly terete branches and outward-facing corallites with wide empty calices. Colour: ... [details]

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Colonies are digitate to corymbose, branches are thick, tapering to a small axial corallite. Radial corallites are ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are distinctive, massive, and often exceed 1 metre across. Corallites are round and closely packed, ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are dome-shaped or hemispherical. Valleys are 12-15 mm in diameter and sinuous. Septa are relatively fine. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting with broad laminar margins sometimes forming tiers or whorls. Corallites are arranged in ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting or have short irregular lobes with rounded surfaces. Corallites are 3.5-4.5 mm in diameter ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting or leafy, sometimes developing large, attractive plates. Papillae are numerous, and ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting or massive, sometimes hillocky. Columellae are compacted pinnules set well below the ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting, laminar or foliaceous. Calices are round or oval in shape, immersed to tubular, not ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting laminae or columnar. Corallites are large and thick-walled. The coenosteum is densely ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting or massive. Calices are about 2 - 4 mm diameter, and septa have a characteristic petaloid ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are encrusting to submassive, up to 15 cm diameter. Corallites are monocentric, cerioid, with circular or ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are flabello-meandroid and free-living. They are usually bilaterally symmetrical, up to 80 mm in length ... [details]

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Colonies are flabelloid, phaceloid or meandro-phaceloid, the latter usually dome-shaped. Walls are thin and ... [details]

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Colonies are flabello-meandroid with thin fragile walls and septa. The columella extends down the centre of the ... [details]

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Colonies are flabello-meandroid with straight-edged septa forming V-shaped valleys. Polyps have tubular tentacles ... [details]

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Colonies are flabello-meandroid with thin walls and distinct columellae (Veron, 1986 <57>). [details]

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Colonies are flat (foliaceous or encrusting), massive or branching. Massive colonies are spherical or hemispherical ... [details]

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Colonies are flat or hemispherical, phaceloid or partly flabello-meandroid. Primary septa are very thick with three ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are flat plates, often in overlapping tiers, and are sometimes columnar. Corallites are immersed to ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are flat to hemispherical, phaceloid to flabello-meandroid, the latter with valleys dividing irregualrly ... [details]

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Colonies are flat with angular subcerioid corallites of very variable size. Septa are tightly compact. Columellae ... [details]

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Colonies are flat with angular, subcerioid corallites. Septa plunge steeply near the columella which consists ... [details]

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Colonies are foliaceous, sometimes laminar or encrusting, the former being usually unifacial. They frequently have ... [details]

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Colonies are free-living, elongate, with an axial furrow that may extend to the corallum ends. Several centres, ... [details]

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Colonies are hemispherical to helmet-shaped and may be very large, with a surface of irregular humps and nodules. ... [details]

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Colonies are hemispherical with irregular corallites and a smooth coenosteum. Corallites are immersed to conical an ... [details]

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Colonies are hemispherical or flattened. Corallites are immersed, crowded, with rounded calices surrounded by ... [details]

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Colonies are horizontal to vertical plates or tubes, also thick columns and branches. Corallites are immersed, and ... [details]

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Colonies are laminar to sub-arborescent, covered with high, thin, acute irregular walls usually arranged as short ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are laminar, encrusting or columnar, columns being club-shaped. Corallites are subcereoid, closely ... [details]

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Colonies are laminar and unifacial, to branching and bifacial. Branches are usually highly contorted. The surface ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are large plates or tables which are up to 25 mm thick and finely structured. Corallites are long, thin ... [details]

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Colonies are leafy, Corallites are protuberant, angled towards the edge of the leaf. The general appearance is ... [details]

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Colonies are leafy. Corallites are protuberant, rounded mounds, with small but deep apertures, angled towards the ... [details]

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Colonies are massive or form thick plates. Corallites are funnel-shaped, immersed in the reticulum, with the ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive and rounded. Corallites are singular, with thin walls. Calices are 10-13 mm in diameter. Septa ... [details]

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Colonies are massive or columnar. Corallites are nearly subcerioid or are in short valleys with acute walls. ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, laminar or foliaceous, the latter usually being bifacial. Corallites have poorly defined ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, columnar or encrusting. Corallites are immersed, circular, with two unequal cycles of septa ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, arborescent or foliaceous or mixtures of these forms. Corallites are plocoid with calices up ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, reaching 1 m across. Calices are polygonal, not round, and 3 - 5 mm diameter. The inside ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, usually flat or dome-shaped. Corallites are subcerioid to plocoid. Costae are poorly ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, columnar, encrusting or irregular. Corallites are cylindrical, thin-walled and separated by a ... [details]

 Description

Colonies are massive, either flat or dome-shaped. Corallites are rarely cerioid, commonly meandroid. Paliform lobes ... [details]

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Colonies are massive, usually flat. Corallites are cerioid or subplocoid, monocentric, either circular or angular ... [details]

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Colonies are massive, columnar, encrusting or laminar. Corallites are in short valleys or are irregualrly scattered ... [details]