Colonies can form a thick table-like structure with short branches, separate and equally spaced, cylindrical and blunt that curve upwards.

Colony shape: Staghorn, table

Colony layout: Orderly

Branch thickness: 5-10 mm

Axial corallites: Tubular short and little distinguishable.

Radial corallites: Appressed with prominent scale-like lips, sometimes in two sizes, close to each other.

Coenosteum: Rough

Polyp extension: Poor