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Endangered Montipora Species:
Montipora altasepta
Montipora angulata
Montipora australiensis
Montipora cactus
Montipora calcarea
Montipora caliculata
Montipora capitata
Synonyms:
       Rice Coral
Montipora capricornis
Montipora cebuensis
Montipora cocosensis
Montipora confusa
Montipora corbettensis
Montipora crassituberculata
Montipora cryptus
Montipora delicatula
Montipora dilatata
Synonyms:
       Purple Rice Coral
Montipora efflorescens
Montipora effusa
Montipora flabellata
Montipora florida
Montipora foliosa
Montipora foveolata
Montipora friabilis
Montipora gaimardi
Montipora hirsuta
Montipora hodgsoni
Montipora incrassata
Montipora lobulata
Montipora mactanensis
Montipora malampaya
Montipora meandrina
Montipora niugini
Montipora nodosa
Montipora orientalis
Montipora palawanensis
Montipora patula
Montipora peltiformis
Montipora porites
Montipora samarensis
Montipora saudii
Montipora setosa
Montipora stilosa
Montipora turtlensis
Montipora undata
Montipora venosa
Montipora verruculosus
Montipora vietnamensis



Montipora spp.



Group: Corals, Jellyfish, and Sea Anemones

Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Africa, American Samoa, Asia, Australia, Central America, Europe, Middle East, North America, North America (Hawaii/US Territory), Oceanic, South America

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