Eurhamphaea sp. ctenophore in the Gulf of Mexico

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A Eurhamphaea sp. ctenophore floats in the water column in the Gulf of Mexico

Item Type:Video
Title:Eurhamphaea sp. ctenophore in the Gulf of Mexico
Creator(s):Benfield, Mark
Identification:Benfield, Mark
Date:01 July 2006
Classification:Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Ctenophora (Comb Jellies) > Tenticulata (Ctenophores with tentacles) > Lobata > Eurhamphaeidae
Species:Eurhamphaeidae sp.
Behaviour:Floating in water column
Site:Atlantic > Gulf of Mexico > Green Canyon 821
Site Description:Midwater
Depth (m):622
Latitude:27 deg 09' 20" N
Longitude:90 deg 29' 43" W
Countries:Mexico > Gulf of Mexico
Habitat:15.19 degrees C water temperature
Rig:Transocean Marianas
Project Partners:BP, Oceaneering, Transocean
Keywords:comb jelly, ctenophore, water column, gulf of mexico, water column
Deposited By:Rob Curry
Deposited On:16 May 2007

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