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Possible natural hybridization of two species of Acropora observed in the wild

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While hybridization has been documented in the Caribbean, up until this point very little evidence of hybridization are found in Pacific corals. Now there is.
Possible natural hybridization of two species of Acropora observed in the wild

The Acropora species used for crossing experiments. A) A. florida, B) A. intermedia, and C) A. sp. “int-flo” for whole colonies (subscript “1”) and close-ups of branches (subscripted “2”). Arrows show secondary short branches or incipient axial corallites

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