This document serves as an interim guidance document to direct recovery efforts for 15 Indo-Pacific…
Euphyllia paradivisa coral
About The Species
Euphyllia paradivisa is a species of coral native to the Indo-Pacific islands, distributed mostly in the Coral Triangle area (the Philippines to Timor Leste and east to the Solomon Islands). It is also found in the American Samoa. It prefers environments protected from surface wave action on fringing reef crests, mid-slope terraces, and lagoons at depths of 6 to 82 feet. Euphyllia paradivisa is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
NOAA Fisheries is committed to conserving and protecting Euphyllia paradivisa. Our scientists and partners use a variety of innovative techniques to study, learn more about, and protect this species.
Learn more about Euphyllia paradivisa (PDF, 3 pages).
- Throughout Its Range