This anemone belongs to the genus Actinernus. There are four valid species, living in deep seas all over the globe. Some doubt has arisen about the appropriateness the name for at least one of the species.
|Date:||08 November 2013|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Cnidaria (Cnidarians) > Anthozoa (Sea Anemones & Corals) > Actiniaria (Anemones) > Actinernidae|
|Site:||Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa > Mzia-3|
|Countries:||East Africa > Tanzania|
|Rig:||Deep Sea Metro I|
|Project Partners:||BG Group, Oceaneering|
|Deposited By:||Dr Andrew Gates|
|Deposited On:||04 February 2015|
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