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Leptastrea pruinosa Crossland, 1952
Similar Species: Readily identified underwater by having extended polyps during the day. Skeletons are differentiated from Leptastrea purpurea by having granulated septa giving a frosted appearance.
Commonly chocolate brown or pink with green or cream calices.
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