Elkhorn coral maintains a relatively large coral body. Elkhorn coral was named after its branching pattern, which is remnant of an elk’s antlers. These antler-like branches are sturdy and thick. The color of the coral, due to the symbiotic zooanthellae, ranges from yellow to a yellowish-brown.
Average length: .75 m.
Sexual Dimorphism: sexes alike
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