Coral fragments growth

Acropora sp.

#49 July 2015
The wound has healed, and a few new coral tips can be seen on the repaired tissue. The coral tissue is clearly re-growing on the cable tie.

Pocillopora sp.

#56 July 2015
Note the coral regrowing on the cable tie already after only a month.

Pocillopora sp.

#62 April 2015

Pocillopora sp.

#62 April 2015
The coral tissue has completely covered up the cable tie. The fragment looks bigger, and new verrucae (the lumps characteristic of this genus) can be seen on its surface.

Acropora sp.

#113 May 2015

Acropora sp.

#120 September 2015
The fragment has completely recovered from bleaching; its size has increased, and new growing tips can be seen all over its surface.

Stylophora sp.

#422 July 2015
The fragment shows a few wounds on its central portion.

Stylophora sp.

#422 September 2015
The wounds have been healed, the coral tissue has covered up the cable tie. The darker coloration that the fragment is now showing, gives an indication of its good health.

Pocillopora sp.

#531 September 2015
Both fragments show an increase in size. The coral tissue has grown on the cable ties.