Classification: Pennatulidae (Sea pens)


Number of items: 23.

Pennatula aculeata (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Whittard Canyon
Depth (m): -917.03

Pennatula phosphorea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan

Depth (m): 124
Behaviour: The Porania pulvillus starfish appears to be feeding on the Sea pen Pennatula phosphorea

Pennatula phosphorea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan

Depth (m): 96

Pennatula phosphorea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan

Depth (m): 96

Pennatula phosphorea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan

Depth (m): 96

Pennatula phosphorea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Norwegian > Morvin
Depth (m): 380

Pennatulid (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Gulf of Mexico > GOM unlisted
Depth (m): 1271
Behaviour: Attached to sea bed, feeding

Pennatulid (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Ivory Coast
Depth (m): 1000
Behaviour: Attached, feeding

Pennatulid sea pen (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Northern Tropical Atlantic > Tiof
Depth (m): 1456.7m
Behaviour: A Pennatulid sea pen on the seabed.

Sea Pen (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > North Sea > Ragnarokk
North Sea > North Sea > Ragnarokk

Depth (m): 117

Sea Pen (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field

Depth (m): 750m
Behaviour: On seabed.

Sea Pen (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field

Depth (m): 750m
Behaviour: On seabed.

Sea pen (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Baobab, Ivory Coast
Depth (m): 1290
Behaviour: Feeding

Sea pen (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Faroe-Shetland Channel > Brugdan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Faroe-Shetland Channel > Brugdan

Depth (m): 480

Sea pen (1 file)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > Enfield
Depth (m): 580
Behaviour: Attached to seafloor

Sea Pen (Pennatulea) (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Usan field

Depth (m): 750m
Behaviour: On seabed.

Sea Pen (Pennatulid?) (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Akpo field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Akpo field

Depth (m): 1366m
Behaviour: Attached to seabed and probably feeding.

Sea pen or Gorgonian (0 files)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Akpo field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Akpo field

Depth (m): 1366m
Behaviour: Attached to seabed, possibly feeding.

Sea pens (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan

Depth (m): 96

Sea pens (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan
North Sea > West of Shetland > Laggan

Depth (m): 96

Sea spider, tube worms and sea pens (2 files)
Site: Atlantic > Norwegian > Midnattsol
Depth (m): 928
Behaviour: walking

Seapen (0 files)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Nigeria > Akpo field
Atlantic > Central Atlantic > Nigeria > Akpo field

Depth (m): 1366m
Behaviour: Attached to the seabed. Probably feeding.

Umbellula (Seapen) (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > South Atlantic > Brazil
Regions > South America > Brazil

Depth (m): Approx 1443m
Behaviour: A solitary seapen attached to the seafloor waving in the current. Probably feeding.

This list was generated on Fri Jul 25 16:01:03 BST 2014.


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