Smooth Star Coral GALLERY

Solenastrea bournoni

Although this mound type stony coral is named "smooth" it's surface is one on the most un0smooth. The corallite rims protrude from the surface at varying heights, giving the mound a bumpy look. The mound is a light cream to tan color, making it easy to identify from a distance. Mound can be up to 2 feet in diameter.

Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Smooth Star Coral - Solenastrea bournoni
Knobby Star Coral - Solenastrea hyades
Knobby Star Coral - Solenastrea hyades
Knobby Star Coral - Solenastrea hyades
Knobby Star Coral - Solenastrea hyades
Knobby Star Coral - Solenastrea hyades

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