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Hair net black coral
Antipathes lenta
Pourtales, 1871

Description:
Colonies form highly, tangled networks of fine branches that contour to the substrate. Colonies do not protrude more than a few cm above the substrate.

Color:
Shades of gray to brown.

Habitat:
Inhabit shaded areas and recessed wall faces, down to 75 m.

Distribution:
Occasional to uncommon Florida; common Bahamas and Caribbean.

Hair net black coral (Antipathes lenta)