Species: Ophiacantha bidentata

Number of items: 2.

Neohela sp. (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Norwegian > Asterix
Depth (m): 1350
Behaviour: Neohela digs 10 cm deep burrows, in which this specimen can be seen. Similar burrows were common at the Asterix site

Pontaster tenuispinus (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Norwegian > Asterix
Depth (m): 1350
Behaviour: Partially covered by the sediment (Ophiacantha bidentata in corner of image)

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