This burrow was formed by the amphipod Neohela sp. These burrows were a common feature of the seabed at Dalsnuten (and other deep sites including Asterix and Edvarda). The origin and function of the smaller burrows at the side are unknown.
|Date:||01 December 2010|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods) > Class Malacostraca (Crabs, krill, pill bugs, shrimps, prawns) > Order Amphipoda (Amphipods) > Family Aoridae (Amphipods) > Neohela sp.|
|Site:||Atlantic > Norwegian > Dalsnuten|
|Latitude:||66 deg 34' 33" N|
|Longitude:||3 deg 32' 46" E|
|Countries:||Norway > Norwegian Sector|
|Project Partners:||Shell, Aker Drilling, Oceaneering|
|Keywords:||Atlantic Norway Dalsnuten Amphipod Neohela sp.|
|Deposited By:||Miss Moira MacLean|
|Deposited On:||23 February 2011|
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