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Doughnut sea rod
Eunicea fusca
Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860

Description:
Colony low, bushy, shrub-like, occasionally tall with widely spaced branches, up to 50 cm in height. Calyces low, circular, somewhat swollen, with round, central apertures.

Color:
Rods light to dark gray; polyps yellow-brown to brown.

Habitat:
Inhabit shallow, hard bottoms and patch reefs.

Distribution:
Common to occasional Florida, Bahamas and Caribbean.

Doughnut sea rod (Eunicea fusca)