Telestacea (class Anthozoa, subclass Octocorallia) An extant order of corals that have simple or branched stems arising from a creeping stolon base, elongate polyps produced from the body wall of the primary polyp, and numerous sclerites that may be free or varyingly fused together. Telestaceans are found from the low-tide line to depths of 765 m.
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