Sea pens were not common off Tanzania but several different types were seen. The most striking were bright yellow individuals seen at Pweza-3 and Lavani
|Date:||14 September 2013|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Cnidaria (Cnidarians) > Anthozoa (Sea Anemones & Corals) > Pennatulacea (Sea pens)|
|Site:||Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa > Pweza-3|
|Latitude:||8 deg 23' 00" S|
|Longitude:||40 deg 04' 00" E|
|Countries:||East Africa > Tanzania|
|Rig:||Deep Sea Metro I|
|Project Partners:||BG Group, Oceaneering|
|Deposited By:||Dr Andrew Gates|
|Deposited On:||06 March 2015|
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