Acropora Tortuosa Highly branched arborescent colonies with long vertical branches and hispidose look. Colony shape: Staghorn Colony layout: Disorderly Branch thickness: 5-10 mm Axial corallites: Tubular, small and not prominent. Radial corallites: Tubular long at the tips and immersed at the base, very next to each other and of different sizes. Coenosteum: Rough Polyp extension: Poor By Monti| 2020-02-07T22:44:28+01:00 December 8th, 2015|Acropora Guidebook|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblrGoogle PinterestVkEmail About the Author: Monti Industrial engineer and marine life enthusiastic, I have maintained marine aquariums from 1.988. A long and rewarding journey that has taught me valuable aspects of life. Related Posts Permalink Gallery Handbook for the correct acropora ID Permalink Gallery Acropora Rufus Permalink Gallery Acropora Yongei Permalink Gallery Acropora Willisae Permalink Gallery Acropora Wallaceae Permalink Gallery Acropora Walindii Permalink Gallery Acropora Verweyi Permalink Gallery Acropora Vermiculata Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.