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Genus Leptoseris  found in both the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific (rest of genera found in Indo-Pacific only). Colonies either laminar (blade like) or encrusting. Frequently have striations on fronds. KBR pic/Sulawesi

Genus Pachyseris Milne Edwards & Haime 1849, Elephant Skin Corals. Many of the members of this genus display highly folded colonies. These folds are concentric, parallel to the colony edge. Never extend tentacles! KBR pic/Sulawesi
 
Genus Pachyseris Milne Edwards & Haime 1849, Elephant Skin Corals. Many of the members of this genus display highly folded colonies. These folds are concentric, parallel to the colony edge. Never extend tentacles! Mabul, Saba, Malaysia.  
 
Pavona cactus (Forsskal 1775). Cactus Coral. This, twisted two-sided upright fronds. Corallites very small, arranged in irregular rows.   KBR pic/Sulawesi
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