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Euphyllia divisa - Frogspawn coral Usually a distinctive purple-grey, sometimes greenish-grey, occasionally translucent. Branchlets sometimes have pale tips. Tentacles are short and fleshy and covered with short uniform branchlets, each with a terminal knob. They are aligned radially to polyp centres and can retract, but only slowly.       Euphyllia divisa,Fall,Frogspawn coral,Geotagged,Malaysia,borneo,coral Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Euphyllia divisa - Frogspawn coral

Usually a distinctive purple-grey, sometimes greenish-grey, occasionally translucent. Branchlets sometimes have pale tips. Tentacles are short and fleshy and covered with short uniform branchlets, each with a terminal knob. They are aligned radially to polyp centres and can retract, but only slowly.

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''Euphyllia divisa'', commonly known as frogspawn coral and sometimes misspelled ''Euphyllia divisia'', is a large-polyped stony coral native to the Indo-Pacific islands. ''Euphyllia divisa'' has a corallite skeleton with a flabello-meandroid "wall" structure whereas ''Euphyllia paradivisa'' has a tree-like branching structure with separate coralites.

Similar species: Stony Corals
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Apr 24, 2016. Captured Sep 30, 2015 05:50 in Malaysia.
  • XZ-1
  • f/4.0
  • 1/60s
  • ISO200
  • 6mm