Green hard coral Fiji by randapex, via Flickr - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Green hard coral Fiji by randapex, via Flickr - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Gorgeous hallway featuring white walls and light wide planked hardwood floors. The hallway includes built-in bookcases and cabinetry adorned with books. In the corner of the hall, stands a vintage metal accent table topped with a white orchid. Coral wall decor hangs over the accent table. Just off of the hall stands a floral chair below a pair of framed prints.

Gorgeous hallway featuring white walls and light wide planked hardwood floors. The hallway includes built-in bookcases and cabinetry adorned with books. In the corner of the hall, stands a vintage metal accent table topped with a white orchid. Coral wall decor hangs over the accent table. Just off of the hall stands a floral chair below a pair of framed prints.

Branching hard coral, or "staghorn" coral (Acropora) / Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea

Branching hard coral, or "staghorn" coral (Acropora) / Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea

Hard coral under a stereoscope - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Hard coral under a stereoscope - Focus On the Positive: The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation www.mosfoundation.org

Blastomussa wellsi - Giant Cherry Blastomussa -1.5" Single Polyp Stock Frag - LPS - CORAL

Blastomussa wellsi - Giant Cherry Blastomussa -1.5" Single Polyp Stock Frag - LPS - CORAL

Hard coral polyps taken on a night dive at Ras Umm Sid.

Hard coral polyps taken on a night dive at Ras Umm Sid.

Grooved-Brain Coral  [Diploria labyrinthiformis] --- Brain coral is a common name given to corals in the family Faviidae so called due to their generally spheroid shape and grooved surface which resembles a brain. Each head of coral is formed by a colony of genetically -dentical polyps which secrete a hard skeleton of calcium carbonate; this makes them important coral reef builders like other stony corals.

Coral Reef Unit Study, Lapbook and Hands-on Ideas

Grooved-Brain Coral [Diploria labyrinthiformis] --- Brain coral is a common name given to corals in the family Faviidae so called due to their generally spheroid shape and grooved surface which resembles a brain. Each head of coral is formed by a colony of genetically -dentical polyps which secrete a hard skeleton of calcium carbonate; this makes them important coral reef builders like other stony corals.

Visual Coral (Montipora genus) - Somosoma Strait, Taveuni, Fiji.

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