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Training Program Teaches How to Identify Indo-Pacific Corals

NOAA Fisheries’ Coral Species Identification Training Program provides free workshops and resources on how to identify Indo-Pacific corals.
July 24, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Pink white large-polyped with light tentacle tips. Euphyllia paradivisa coral at Tutuila, American Samoa. Credit: Douglas Fenner

Coral Bleaching in 2019: Survey Update from O‘ahu

Notes from the field on the bleaching severity recorded around O‘ahu
November 13, 2019 - Survey ,

Literature Cited in Pocillopora Meandrina Coral 90-Day Finding

Alphabetical listing of all documents cited in 90-day finding.
October 29, 2018 - Other Reports ,

Pocillopora meandrina Coral

Pocillopora meandrina (sometimes called cauliflower coral) is found in coral communities at depths of 1 to 27 meters, commonly on shallow reefs exposed to strong wave action. It is found on most coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific and eastern Pacific, with…

12-Month Finding on Petition to List Pocillopora Meandrina Under the Endangered Species Act

Comparison of P. meandrina (left) and P. eydouxi (right), Philippines. Photo courtesy of Doug Fenner. Today, NOAA Fisheries published a Not Warranted 12-month finding for the Indo-Pacific reef-building coral Pocillopora meandrina in…