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Illustration of a branching coral

Branching coral

Illustration of a branching coral

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Branching coral

Illustration of a juvenile branching coral

Branching coral: juvenile

Illustration of a juvenile branching coral

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Branching coral: juvenile

Illustration of a coral polyp

Coral polyp

Illustration of a coral polyp

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Coral polyp

The black sea urchin, also called a long-spined sea urchin, is the most abundant and important herbivore on the coral reefs of the western Atlantic and Caribbean basin. When the population of these sea urchins is at a healthy level, they are the main grazers which prevent algae overgrowth of the reef

Diadema antillarum (black sea urchin)

The black sea urchin, also called a long-spined sea urchin, is the most abundant and important herbivore on the coral reefs of the western Atlantic and Caribbean basin. When the population of these sea urchins is at a healthy level, they are the main grazers which prevent algae overgrowth of the reef

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Diadema antillarum (black sea urchin)

Illustration of encrusting coral

Encrusting coral

Illustration of encrusting coral

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Encrusting coral

Illustration of Heliopora coerulea (Blue Coral), which is so named as the skeleton is blue. It is classified as Vulnerable by the IUCN due to overharvesting for the aquarium industry

Heliopora coerulea (Blue Coral)

Illustration of Heliopora coerulea (Blue Coral), which is so named as the skeleton is blue. It is classified as Vulnerable by the IUCN due to overharvesting for the aquarium industry

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Heliopora coerulea (Blue Coral)

Illustration of a type of plate coral

Plate coral 1

Illustration of a type of plate coral

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Plate coral 1

Illustration of a second type of plate coral

Plate coral 2

Illustration of a second type of plate coral

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Plate coral 2

Illustration of a third type of plate coral

Plate coral 3

Illustration of a third type of plate coral

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Plate coral 3

As per Darwin's theory about the formation of coral atolls, this illustration shows the remaining coral atoll following subsidence of the original volcanic island.

Reef 3D: coral atoll

As per Darwin's theory about the formation of coral atolls, this illustration shows the remaining coral atoll following subsidence of the original volcanic island.

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Reef 3D: coral atoll

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