Characters: Skeletons are similar to those of Euphyllia glabrescens with corallites 20-40 millimetres diameter. Polyps have tentacles with anchor-shaped ends similar to those of E. ancora. Tentacle tips form concentric circles. Colour: Pale tan or greenish-brown. Similar species: Euphyllia glabrescens, E. paraglabrescens, and E. paradivisa can only be distinguished by the characters of polyp tentacles. Habitat: Shallow to deep reef environments protected from wave action. Abundance: Uncommon.