Description: Branches are widely spaced, up to 14 millimetres thick and tapered, with blunt tips. The coenosteum is composed of fine rows of fused spinules (visible underwater) forming a reticulate pattern. Corallites have a prominent lower lip and may be aligned in rows down branches.
Color: Pale brown.
Habitat: Shallow reef environments.
Similar Species: Anacropora forbesi, which has finer branches and a non-reticulate coenosteum. See also A. spumosa.