Ctenophores are characterised by rows of cilia that beat synchronously and can be seen in these images as they reflect the ROV lights.
|Date:||27 January 2016|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Ctenophora (Comb Jellies)|
|Site:||Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Ghana|
Regions > West Africa > Ghana
|Latitude:||4 deg 35' 49" N|
|Longitude:||-3 deg 10' 08" E|
|Countries:||Sites > Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Ghana|
West Africa > Ghana
|Project Partners:||Subsea7, Tullow Oil|
|Deposited By:||Dr Andrew Gates|
|Deposited On:||28 January 2016|
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