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Alveopora daedalea (Forsskal 1775). Colonies as thick plates or columns (up to a meter tall). Corallites with alternating short, long septa. Tentacles appear squared off, six each tall, short in number. Red Sea image.  
 

Alveopora sp. White, branching, at least arborose colony. Queensland, Australia.



Goniopora columna Dana 1846. Colonies as tufts on short columns. Corallites vary depending on position. Ones toward the center of colonies have fine columella and septa; those on the side more robust structures. Polyps have large central cones. Indo-Western Pacific. Queensland pic.
 

Goniopora lobata Milne-Edwards and Haime 1860. Colonies as columns with growth. Large (more than 5mm.) corallites with small columellae and oral cones; elongate in appearance on full extension. Tentacles and oral cones typically white in color; contrasting with polyps which are otherwise brown, tan or green. Queensland, Austr.,
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