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Lobophyllia corymbosa (brain root coral; Lobed cactus coral)

Synonyms: Lobophyllia eydouxi; Lobophyllia fistulosa; Lobophyllia ringens; Lobophyllia rudis; Madrepora corymbosa; Mussa cactus; Mussa corymbosa; Mussa eydouxi; Mussa fistulosa; Mussa glomerata; Mussa ringens; Mussa rudis

Wikipedia Abstract

Lobophyllia corymbosa, the lobed cactus coral or brain root coral, is a species of large polyp stony coral in the family Lobophylliidae. It occurs on reefs in shallow waters in the Red Sea, off the coast of East Africa, and in other parts of the tropical Indo-Pacific.
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Institutions (Zoos, etc.)

Institution Infraspecies / Breed 
Burger's Zoo
Indianapolis Zoo
Rotterdam Zoo
Tallinn Zoo


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