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Eunicea laciniata

(Duchassaing 1860)
Colonies are medium brown, branching mainly from near the base, and they branch from all round the main stem rather than in one plane.

The branches are cylindrical and thick (being the thickest in the genus according to Collin et al 2005), so that the protruding calices are relatively small. The branch ends are bulbous.

Calices have a projecting lower lip tip.