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Fungia scutaria Lamarck 1801. Oval, heavy polyps with high, regularly placed and often colored tentacular lobes. To seven inches. Indo-Pacific. Occur in many colors. Fr. Polynesia 2018
Acanthastrea echinata (Dana 1846) Pineapple Coral. Circular colonies tat are typically boulder-like. Septa with long, pointed teeth (most easily seen in live specimens). Brown, green to brightly colored. The most common member of the genus, though this one not all that often seen. Fr. Polynesia 2018
Porites lobata Dana 1846, Lobe Coral. The most common coral species in Hawai'i. Found as encrusting colonies in high wave action areas to fifteen foot high mounds in protected areas. Yellow to greenish in color. Often with grooves caused by the Snapping Shrimp Alpheus deuteropus. Fr. Polynesia 2018
Palythoa tuberculosa (Esper 1791), Zooxanthellate; widely distributed in the tropical and subtropical Indo-Pacific, including the Red Sea. Green, yellow to dark brown and ochre. Fr. Polynesia 2018
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