Plumose anemones in the North Sea

Plumose anemones in the North SeaPlumose anemones in the North Sea

Description

Plumose anemones attached to the subsea structure of the Thistle platform in the North Sea

Item Type:Image
Title:Plumose anemones in the North Sea
Identification:Guerin, Andrew
Classification:Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Cnidaria (Cnidarians) > Anthozoa (Sea Anemones & Corals) > Actinaria (Anemonies) > Actiniidae (Sea anemones), Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Cnidaria (Cnidarians) > Anthozoa (Sea Anemones & Corals) > Actinaria (Anemonies) > Metridiidae
Species:Metridium senile, Urticina sp.
Behaviour:Attached to riser
Site:Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea
Site Description:Seafloor
Depth (m):165
Countries:UK > North Sea
Habitat:Temperate
Substratum:Man made rig structure
Rig:Thistle A Platform
Project Partners:Rovtech, Lundin Petroleum, iicorr
Keywords:Plumose, Metridium, riser, Thistle Platform, North Sea
Deposited By:Rob Curry
Deposited On:24 May 2007

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