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Some Actiniaria from the Commander Islands (Cnidaria: Anthozoa)
Six species of sea anemones are found in material from the Commander Islands. A new genus and species of the family Isanthidae (Paraisanthus tamarae gen. et sp. n.) is described. Cnidopus Carlgren,Expand
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The genera Urticina and Cribrinopsis (Anthozoa: Actiniaria) from the north‐western Pacific
Three species of Cribrinopsis and two species of Urticina from Kamchatka, Commander Islands, and the Sea of Okhotsk are discussed. It is confirmed that the widely distributed north‐east PacificExpand
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The first species of Actiniaria, Spongiactis japonica gen.n., sp.n. (Cnidaria: Anthozoa), an obligate symbiont of a glass sponge
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Deep-water Actiniaria from East Pacific hydrothermal vents and cold seeps
Four species of sea anemones from East Pacific hydrothermal vents and one species from cold seeps are discussed. A species from cold seeps, Seepactis galkini gen. nov., sp. nov, possesses acontia andExpand
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Bathyphellia margaritacea (Cnidaria: Actiniaria): the most northern species of the world
The sea anemone Bathyphellia margaritacea (Danielssen in Actinida. The Norwegian North-Atlantic expedition 1876–1878, Groendahl, Oslo, 1890) was collected by the research submersible MIR at the NorthExpand
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Actinian dominated intertidal mudflats: A new case of an extraordinary rare phenomenon from Southern Chile
Abstract Generally, estuarine intertidal mudflats constitute important nurseries for fish and foraging grounds for coastal birds by providing a plenitude of mollusks, worms, and crustaceans as prey,Expand
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Deep‐water ascidians (Tunicata: Ascidiacea) from the northern and western Pacific
Bathyal and abyssal ascidians from the northeast Pacific (Alaska Gulf and Aleutian Islands) and ultra‐abyssal species from the deep‐water trenches in the west Pacific (Kurile‐Kamchatka, Ryukyu,Expand
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