Description: Colonies sprawl over the substrate and have dead bases so that they fall apart if disturbed. Branches are less than 5 millimetres thick, are generally straight and do not taper. Corallites are tubular and project up to 1.5 millimetres. Tentacles may be extended day and night.
Color: Brown with pale brown or cream branch tips.
Habitat: May cover extensive areas on horizontal muddy substrates with clear water.
Abundance: Usually rare.
Similar Species: Anacropora pillai is similar in size but not in appearance.