Milne Edwards and Haime, 1860
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Characters: Colonies may be over 2 metres across and composed of fused cylindrical horizontal branches with upturned pointed ends. Colonies usually have a side attachment. Branches are widely spaced, equidistant and uniform in shape. Radial corallites are uniform, tubular, and neatly aligned along branches.
Similar Species: Acropora hoeksemai. See also A. acuminata, which has smaller, more compact branches and smaller corallites.
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