Description: Colonies have little formation of laminae, but form clumps of pointed branch-like spires, each composed of exsert costae. Well developed colonies are clumps of spires. Corallites are conspicuous.
Color: Yellow-brown or grey.
Habitat: Lower reef slopes and enclosed embayments, especially with turbid water.
Similar Species: Pectinia elongata, which has a similar growth-form but no laminae are formed. See also P. alcicornis.
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