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Golfball Coral Video Stock Footage

The golfball coral is small and usually hemispherical in shape with a number of large corallites packed closely together, but It can occur in groups or may occasionally grow as an encrusting coral. The corallites contain one to three polyps and are normally round but can become elongated into an oval shape when the polyps are budding and a new corallite is being formed. The corallite walls usually consist of four complete whorls of septa and do not project appreciably from the surface of the coral. The costae of different corallites are distinct from one another. The colour is usually yellow or pale brown. Learn more about Golfball Coral

View related species in family group: Coral and Sea Whip

Animalia: Cnidaria: Scleractinia: Anthozoa: Faviidae: Favia fragum

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