Name: Dendrogyra cylindrus
Functional Group: Hard coral
Default Short Code: DenCyl
Stats: Used in 33 sources and for 379 annotations
digitate coral, it resembles fingers or a cluster of cigars, growing up from the sea floor without any secondary branching. It is large and can grow on both flat and sloping surfaces at depths down to 20 m (65 ft). It is one of the few types of hard coral in which the polyps can commonly be seen feeding during the day.
Used in these sources:
Espiritu Santo-Xcalak | Sint Eustatius | St. John 2016 | Akumal, Mexico | Bocas Sand 2017 | Bonaire bleaching survey 2018 | Buck Island | CCMI 2018 Rutgers Course | Curacao benthic transects | Darwin Cayman Brac | Flamingo Reef - NR | Institute of Marine Affairs | MarineGEO 2017 | MarineGEO Belize 2 | MarineGEO Belize 2018 | Opwall SVS Utila | South FL Restoration | St John 2016, 2017,2019 | St. John November 2017 | St. John Octocorals 2018 | Tela lionfish project | UNAM Mexican Caribbean 2016 |
Create Date: Oct. 9, 2015, 1 a.m.
Created By: seemannj