Plumose anemones, sea stars and brittle stars in the North Sea
Plumose anemones, ophiuroids, sea stars and mussel shells near the base of the Thistle platform in the North Sea
|Title:||Plumose anemones, sea stars and brittle stars in the North Sea|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Echinodermata (Echinoderms) > Class Ophiuroidea (Brittle stars) > Ophiurida (Brittle Stars) > Ophiothricidae, Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Echinodermata (Echinoderms) > Class Asteroidea (Sea Stars) > Order Forcipulatida (Sea Stars) > Family Asteriidae (Sea stars), Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Cnidaria (Cnidarians) > Anthozoa (Sea Anemones & Corals) > Actiniaria (Anemones) > Metridiidae|
|Species:||Metridium senile, Asterias rubens, Ophiuthrix fragilis, Urticina sp.|
|Behaviour:||Attached to and living on seabed|
|Site:||Atlantic > North Sea|
|Countries:||UK > North Sea|
|Substratum:|| Rock and sand|
|Rig:||Thistle A Platform|
|Project Partners:||Rovtech, Lundin Petroleum, iicorr|
|Keywords:||Plumose, Metridium, brittle stars, ophiuroids, sea stars, starfish, mussel shells, Thistle Platform, North Sea|
|Deposited By:||Rob Curry|
|Deposited On:||24 May 2007|
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