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Coral reefs are currently experiencing substantial ecological impoverishment as a result of anthropogenic stressors and the majority of reefs are facing immediate risk. Increasing ocean surface temperatures induce frequent coral mass bleaching events—the breakdown of the nutritional photo-symbiosis with intracellular algae (genus: Symbiodinium). Here, we report that Stylophora pistillata from a highly diverse reef in the Gulf of Aqaba showed no signs of bleaching despite spending 1.5 months atdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4903283 fatcat:3iypeu3ohrerzjo57fn5a3wkne