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Sea Anemone, Order: Actiniaria - Sea Anemone Facts

Sea Anemone, Order: Actiniaria - Sea Anemone Facts

Have You Seen a Christmas Tree Worm In the Ocean?

Have You Seen a Christmas Tree Worm In the Ocean?

Facts about the Christmas Tree Worm, colorful marine worm with beautiful, spiraling plumes that resemble a fir tree.

Ziebell's Handfish - Brachiopsilus ziebelli - This member of the family Brachionichthyidae can also be found with mottled purple spots. Its habitat is restricted to eastern and southern Tasmania, Australia. Like all handfish, it is noted for 'walking' on its modified pectoral fins, rather than swimming

Ziebell's Handfish - Brachiopsilus ziebelli - This member of the family Brachionichthyidae can also be found with mottled purple spots. Its habitat is restricted to eastern and southern Tasmania, Australia. Like all handfish, it is noted for 'walking' on its modified pectoral fins, rather than swimming

Pyura chilensis, popularly known as the living rock, a sea organism that lives on the rocky coast of Chile and Peru

Pyura chilensis, popularly known as the living rock, a sea organism that lives on the rocky coast of Chile and Peru

Cinnamon Clownfish, Amphiprion melanopus, Red and Black Anemonefish

Cinnamon Clownfish, Amphiprion melanopus, Red and Black Anemonefish

The Sea Slug Forum - Aeolidiella sanguinea One feature distinguishing it from other species of european Aeolidiella are the white-tipped rhinophores. The oral tentacles and cerata are often, but not always white-tipped as well. This species has rarely been reported, and is known mainly from the west coast of Ireland, and a few sites on the Atlantic coast of France. Picton & Morrow (1994) report that it feeds on sagartiid anemones, especially Sagartia elegans, and Tardy (1969) reports it…

The Sea Slug Forum - Aeolidiella sanguinea One feature distinguishing it from other species of european Aeolidiella are the white-tipped rhinophores. The oral tentacles and cerata are often, but not always white-tipped as well. This species has rarely been reported, and is known mainly from the west coast of Ireland, and a few sites on the Atlantic coast of France. Picton & Morrow (1994) report that it feeds on sagartiid anemones, especially Sagartia elegans, and Tardy (1969) reports it…

Longlure frogfish. Photo © Anne DuPont

Longlure frogfish. Photo © Anne DuPont

Toadstool Leather Coral Sarcophyton Trocheliophorum

Toadstool Leather Coral Sarcophyton Trocheliophorum

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