Members of the genus Pseudopterogorgia have narrow smooth branches and the colonies are commonly pinnate (feather shaped). The most common colors are pale lavender and brown, but they may be gray, deep purple or yellow. For more Infos click to the Link to Advanced Aquarist.
Gorgonia acerosa Pallas, 1766
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