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An amphipod, likely Neohela lamina, in its burrow at 1350 m water depth
|Date:||02 March 2008|
|Behaviour:||This specimen was observed in its burrow which, according to the literature extend to 10cm depth. These burrows were common at the Asterix site with a density of 0.2m-2. Ref: d'Acoz CD (2007) The genera Haliragoides and Neohela in the North Atlantic, with the description of two new deepwater species from Norway and Svalbard (Crustacea : Amphipoda). Cahiers De Biologie Marine 48:17-35|
|Site:||Atlantic > Norwegian > Asterix|
|Latitude:||5 deg 17' 25" N|
|Longitude:||67 deg 01' 02" E|
|Countries:||Norway > Norwegian Sector|
|Project Partners:||Statoil, Oceaneering, Transocean|
|Notes:||Full resolution footage on DVD|
|Deposited By:||Dr Andrew Gates|
|Deposited On:||22 April 2009|
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