This SPS (small polyp stoney) coral is an Acropora.
There are hundreds of these Acroporas but I don`t identify them. Some people can, & some people can`t, but think they do.
If you notice on the center bottom, a small brown patch, is what I recognized on a piece of live rock at an aquarium shop.
I got that rock with a few snails, to at least make a purchase.
Three years later, that patch grew into this beautiful coral. You can see some small hairlike tentacles in the current at the top of the coral.
You may also notice some small yellow dots on it. These are Red Bugs, a small "pod" of some sort that many aquarists freak out over. I don`t let them bother me, as I pretty much keep my reefs as is. I let what happens, happen, if it`s not destructive as far as I`m concerned. Some pests I do eliminate.
On Planet Earth, my good friend Coconut, is nodding off to sleep, after a large plate of ribs we shared.
Have a nice weekend & get some rest, please.