Unknown (probably echiuran)

Unknown (probably echiuran)


Unknown animal on the seabed. David Billett says: This is probably an echiuran. It appears to be connected to a burrow and looks like lots of echiurans we have seen when they have ventured out.

Item Type:Image
Title:Unknown (probably echiuran)
Creator(s):Jones, Daniel
Identification:Jones, Daniel and Billett, David
Date:26 July 2007
Copyright:SERPENT project
Behaviour:Unknown animal probably feeding on the seabed.
Site:Atlantic > Venezuelan Basin
Site Description:Seafloor
Depth (m):543
Latitude:9 deg 44' 07" N
Longitude:59 deg 44' 60" W
Countries:South America > Venezuela
Substratum:Fine sediment
Rig:Transocean Sovereign Explorer
Project Partners:Statoil, Transocean, Subsea 7
ROV:Centurion 38 HD
Keywords:Unknown, Orca, echiuran, worm
Deposited By:Dr Daniel Jones
Deposited On:08 February 2010

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