Figure 2. from: New evidence shows that Pocillopora 'damicornis-like' corals in Singapore are actually Pocillopora acuta (Scleractinia: Pocilloporidae) - Biodiversity Data Journal 5: e11407 (13 February 2017) https://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.5.e11407
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Figure 2. - Pocillopora specimens previously identified as P. damicornis from the Zoological Reference Collection, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, Singapore (A, B: ZRC.1980.20.133; C, D: ZRC.1991.766; E, F: ZRC.1987.1538; G, H: ZRC.1987.1995; I, J: ZRC.1991.763; K, L: ZRC.1987.1537). A–F, colonies with thick branches; G–L, colonies with thinner branches. Scale bars represent 1 cm.