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Formosa Hard Coral Dauin, Oct 2012.<br />
Colonies are arborescent, with cylindrical branches. They usually form thickets and may form single species stands over 10 metres across. In shallow water branches are short and compact, while in deeper water colonies have more open branches. Colour: Usually cream, brown or blue, generally with pale branch ends.<br />
Habitat:<br />
Reef slopes and lagoons. Indo and West Pacific.   Acropora formosa,Fall,Geotagged,Philippines Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Formosa Hard Coral

Dauin, Oct 2012.
Colonies are arborescent, with cylindrical branches. They usually form thickets and may form single species stands over 10 metres across. In shallow water branches are short and compact, while in deeper water colonies have more open branches. Colour: Usually cream, brown or blue, generally with pale branch ends.
Habitat:
Reef slopes and lagoons. Indo and West Pacific.

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''Acropora formosa'' is a species of acroporid coral found in the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, the northwest and southwest Indian Ocean, the northern Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, Australia, the central Indo-Pacific, Japan, Southeast Asia, the East China Sea and the oceanic central and western Pacific Ocean. It is found in tropical shallow reefs, slopes of reefs, and in lagoons, from depths of 5 to 30 m. It was described by Dana in 1846.

Similar species: Stony Corals
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Aug 6, 2016. Captured Oct 1, 2012 09:36 in Unnamed Road, Dauin, Negros Oriental, Philippines.
  • XZ-1
  • f/2.5
  • 1/200s
  • ISO100
  • 6mm