Enteropneusta indet.

Enteropneusta indet.


Unknown species of enteropneust. Deep-sea enteropneusts are very poorly studied. They are a priority for specimen collection in future.The specimen here is approximately 100 mm long.

Item Type:Image
Title:Enteropneusta indet.
Creator(s):MacLean, M
Identification:Kröger, K
Date:November 2010
Copyright:SERPENT project
Classification:Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Hemichordata (Hemichordates) > Enteropneusta (Acorn Worms)
Site:Atlantic > Norwegian > Dalsnuten
Site Description:Seafloor
Depth (m):1452
Latitude:66 deg 34' 33" N
Longitude:3 deg 32' 46" E
Countries:Norway > Norwegian Sector
Substratum:Deep-sea mud
Rig:Aker Barents
Project Partners:Shell, Aker Drilling, Oceaneering
ROV:Magnum 142
Keywords:Atlantic Norway Dalsnuten benthic enteropneust worm
Deposited By:Miss Moira MacLean
Deposited On:23 February 2011

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