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Agaricia tenuifolia

(Dana 1848)
Commonly assigned to the genus Undaria.

Colonies are clusters of relatively thin, vertically projecting leaves, with calices on both sides, with expanses of irregular incrusting expanses.

The series of calices are meandroid, with irregular ridges separating them.

Colonies may cover several square metres.

It is more ‘leafy’ than A. agaricities, though small A. tenuifolia might be confused with bifacial A. agaricities.