The Coral Shell Plate is a common species of coral. It is divided into 3 types: Coral, Slanted and Veined. The first is the only harvestable one, and can yield from 1 to 4 Coral Tube Samples when hit a few times. The other two cannot be harvested, with the Slanted Shell Plate turning gray or dying if hit too many times with a knife or punched with a Prawn Suit.
The Coral Shell Plates have a faint olive color and a crescent-like shape, similar to those found attached to Giant Coral Tubes.
The Slanted Shell Plate is a group of slanted plate corals arranged close to each other, with a variety of sizes. It is mainly dark green in color, with the bottom part having a wide arrange of colors.
Veined Shell Plates are oval shaped corals, which have bioluminescent yellowish and brown branching patterns on their surface. They have a slightly rough surface with some pits between the branches.
Data Bank Entry
Assessment: No practical applications discovered
- Despite all three of them having different characteristics and behavior, when scanned, they all have the same data bank entry.
- Even though the data bank entry states they have no practical applications, the Coral Shell Plate variant can be harvested and is an ingredient for bleach.