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Regeneration potential of the branching coral Acropora palmata (Lamarck, 1816) was assessed at distances of 3, 12, and 66 cm from the branch tip. Artificial lesions (colony surface wounds) were made on 3 randomly selected branches of 21 colonies and regeneration was followed over 30 d. Regeneration was measured as tissue regrowth (mm2 d -' ) durlng the first 6 d of regeneration and as the slope of an exponential regression of lesion surface area through time. Both measurements showed thatdoi:10.3354/meps121203 fatcat:nrutjhpy2rdgxiawfliyhi43ze