Characters: Colonies are clumps of prostrate branches with fused central branches and upwardly projecting peripheral branches. Branches may be conical to elongate, with or without pointed ends. Branches may have one to several axial corallites. Radial corallites are elongate.
Similar Species: Acropora robusta, which has similar corallites, but is readily distinguished by the presence of thick encrusting bases. See also A. irregularis and A. nobilis
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