Venus Flytrap Sea Anemone (possibly Actinoscyphia sp.)

Venus Flytrap Sea Anemone (possibly Actinoscyphia sp.)

Description

A sea anemone approximately 200 mm in length.

Item Type:Image
Title:Venus Flytrap Sea Anemone (possibly Actinoscyphia sp.)
Creator(s):Curry, Rob
Identification:Jones, Daniel
Date:July 2009
Copyright:SERPENT project
Classification:Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Cnidaria (Cnidarians) > Anthozoa (Sea Anemones & Corals) > Actiniaria (Anemones) > Actinoscyphiidae (Sea anemones) > Actinoscyphia sp.
Behaviour:With tentacles open on seabed
Site:Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field
Site Description:Seafloor
Depth (m):750m
Latitude:3 deg 29' 00" N
Longitude:7 deg 28' 00" E
Countries:North Africa
North Africa
Habitat:Benthic
Rig:Bourbon Diamond
Project Partners:Total E&P Nigeria, Bourbon, Oceaneering
ROV:Millennium 73
Keywords:Venus Flytrap Sea Anemone, Actinoscyphia
Deposited By:Mr Rob Curry
Deposited On:08 December 2009

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