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Clathria raraechelae
(Van Soest, 1984)

Thinly incrusting, with a conspicuous characteristic vein-pattern of the canal system and oscules. Lateral expansion indefinite, often quite extensive. Consistency soft, slimy to the touch.

Mostly yellow, but grayish-purple specimens are also found.

Predominantly incrusting reef corals, but also found in fouling communities.

So far known only from Curacao and Bonaire.

Clathria raraechelae