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Pachyseris speciosa (Dana 1846). One sided colony faces, with regular ridging. Most common member of the genus. Fr. Polynesia 2018


Pavona cf. chiriquensis, small encrusting colonies with few cm. irregular, randomly spaced bumps. Corallites are small and  not regularly spaced between the bumps. The bumps have small ridges on their sides. Generally a shade of brown or grey. Fr. Polynesia 2018
 


Pavona cactus (Forsskal 1775). Cactus Coral. Thin, twisted two-sided upright fronds. Corallites very small, arranged in irregular rows. Fr. Polynesia 2018
 


Montastrea curta (Dana 1846), Colonies may be spherical, columnar or flattened. Corallites appear circular and are widely spaced or closely compacted. Width of calices varies greatly, this variation mostly occurring between, rather than within, colonies. Long and short septa alternate. Small paliform lobes are usually developed. (AIMS). Fr. Polynesia 2018
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