The Mushroom Coral is also known as Fungiidae. One way the Mushroom Coral reproduces is asexually. When a storm or a storm current causes part of the coral to break off, that part of the coral travels through the water. When the broken piece of coral lands on a hard surface, it begins to grow as a new coral. The other way this species reproduces is through sexual reproduction. One coral releases sperm and the other releases eggs into the water. When the sperm and the eggs fertilize, the fertilized egg drifts with the water's current until it reaches a hard surface. The fertilized egg then grows as a new coral.
This picture shows a Mushroom Coral releasing egg and sperm.