Classification: Tubulariidae


Number of items: 11.

Colony of hydroids in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 40
Behaviour: Living on riser

Community of anemones, mussels and hydroids in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 40

Community of anemones, mussels and hydroids in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 40

Community of anemones, mussels, hydroids and tube worms in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 40
Behaviour: Attached to riser

Community of anemones, sea stars, brittle stars, mussels and hydroids in the North Sea (2 files)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 40
Behaviour: Living on subsea structure

Community of anemones, sea stars, brittle stars, mussels and hydroids in the North Sea (2 files)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 40
Behaviour: Living on subsea structure

Community of soft corals, anemones, mussels and hydroids in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 30
Behaviour: Attached to subsea structure of rig

Community of soft corals, anemones, mussels and hydroids in the North Sea (2 files)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): approx 30
Behaviour: Attached to subsea structure of rig

Hydroid colony in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 100
Behaviour: Living on riser

Tubularia (2 files)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Rosebank
North Sea > West of Shetland > Rosebank

Depth (m): 1085
Behaviour: Sessile organism

Tubularia (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Norwegian > Midnattsol
Depth (m): 928
Behaviour: Sessile organism

This list was generated on Sat Sep 20 02:01:27 BST 2014.


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