Country: Mozambique


Number of items: 10.

a ctenophore from Mozambique (5 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1144
Behaviour: midwater

Cnidarians from Mozambique (11 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1159
Behaviour: attached to seafloor

Cnidarians from Mozambique (3 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1159
Behaviour: attached to seafloor

Echinoid from Mozambique (possibly Phormosoma placenta) (1 file)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1158
Behaviour: walking on seafloor

Hard substratum communities from Golfinho Mozambique (12 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 996
Behaviour: attached to seafloor

holothurian from Mozambique (0 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1158
Behaviour: walking on seafloor

Leachia sp. cranchiid squid (5 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1159
Behaviour: swimming

Oreo (Neocyttus acanthorhynchus) from Golfinho Mozambique (0 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 996
Behaviour: swimming near seafloor

possibly Parapagurus pilosimanus (and Epizoanthus paguriphilus anemone) from Mozambique (1 file)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1159
Behaviour: walking on seafloor

Todarodes squid (5 files)
Site: Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa
Depth (m): 1154
Behaviour: swimming

This list was generated on Mon Apr 21 06:04:10 BST 2014.


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