Very large arborescent colonies. The main branches are thick, long, curved and disorderly but they do not fuse. The terminal branches are short, many inserted perpendicularly and rather straight.
Colony shape: Staghorn
Colony layout: Disorderly
Branch thickness: 10-20 mm
Axial corallites: Hemispherical, large and little prominent.
Radial corallites: Tubular large, semispherical and not prominent, very close to each other and of different sizes.
Polyp extension: Poor
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