The largest we had, so far.The cauliflower coral, observed underwater, looks more like a fruit than a vegetable! The polyps -the living part of the coral- of this Pocillopora Meandrina are pink. And the granular extremities of each branch look like raspberries! Needing sunlight, it does not grow very deep, and it rarely exceeds 25cm in diameter .This specimen is therefore extraordinarily large! An almost perfect half-sphere. with, in the center, the shells of tuberous worms (which opens in the shape of a flower) and which were decorating this perfect coral. It will be delivered to you with its own cites number since it is a protected species.