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Adopt a Porites Divaricata
“Thin Finger” Coral Species

About Porites Divaricata coral species:

Branching colonies, which may cover up to 1 or 2 square meters, but usually, this species is found in small clumps. The branches of this species are more widely spaced and open than the two other branching Porites and frequently divide near their tips. Branches are slender and may be at right angles to their main stem.

Life on Zoe:

Porites divaricata or thin finger coral are part of the few branched coral we have now on Zoe. This particular specimen has been rescued from the ground where it was being covered with sediment. It is now living healthily on top of Zoe.

Fun Fact:

Mature gametes are shed into the coelenteron and spawned through the mouth. The zygote develops into a planktonic planula larva. Metamorphosis begins with the early morphogenesis of tentacles, septa, and pharynx before larval settlement on the aboral end.


Thin Finger Coral Species Symbolic Adoption

Adopt an Agaricia Agaricites "Tan Lettuce-Leaf" Coral Speciesl Certificate of Adoption

You or your gift recipient will receive a certificate of adoption with the name you designate. This certificate will be sent along with the coral image to the email address you provided. You are symbolically adopting one of eleven unique species currently living and being planted on Zoe – A Living Sea Sculpture.

Porites divaricata
Porites divaricata

You or your gift recipient receives a print quality image of the adopted coral species on Zoe – A Living Sea Sculpture. This image will be emailed to the email address you provide. 

Print your image, share it with friends on social media, or use it as your screensaver… Use your image in ways that spark joy in your world to remind you how you’re helping support the conditions for coral reefs to flourish.

Your Symbolic Coral Adoption


Your $25 coral adoption covers two restoration divers’ tanks and materials to cultivate new, healthy coral colonies.

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Porites divaricata

About Your Adoption

90% of spending from coral adoptions goes toward paying for tanks, supplies, and on-location activities for the coral restoration team. The remaining 10% goes toward other business and administration fees and expenses.  By making your purchase you acknowledge and agree to our Terms of Sale.

We send you a print-quality adoption certificate and photo of your coral by email to reduce our carbon footprint and enable you to decide how you want to use your images. 

You have the choice to print, use your image as your screensaver or desktop image, share images of your adoption with family and friends on social media, and other creative ways that are meaningful to you. These images are for your personal use only and may not be reproduced for commercial use.  Please see the Terms of Sale for more information. 

This is a one-time symbolic adoption of a coral species currently growing on Zoe in Cozumel, Mexico. If you’d like to be a recurring monthly or annual donor at another level, please head over to our Patreon page where our monthly and annual members can sign up to receive private posts and perks from our founder Colleen Flanigan.

Photographs of corals by Zoe biologist Solène Jonveaux with “Zoe research camera” donated by Katie Garrison and Patreon members