colpophyllia amaranthus

Colpophyllia amaranthus: comprise of colonial polyps with 6-fold symmetry or less., have 6 or fewer lines of symmetry in their body structure, only single rows of tentacles, instead of a medusa stage in their development, they release sperm and eggs that form a planula, which stick to substrates and grow, exclusively aquatic, mostly marine, they have cnidocytes, which are specialized cells used for capturing prey, bodies consist of mesoglea between two layers of epithelium that are mostly…

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