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Caulastrea connata Ortmann, 1892
Description: Colonies are phaceloid. Corallites are prominent and sturdy, 10-25 millimetres diameter, and frequently have more than one mouth. Septa are irregularly spaced, exsert and rough-edged. Costae are poorly developed; paliform lobes are not conspicuous.
Habitat: Shallow reef environments.
Similar Species: Caulastrea tumida, which has smaller, more fleshy corallites and more even septa.