Sea-anemone sentence example

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  • I need help to identify a sea anemone I saw in my last dive.

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  • The Anthozoa differ from the Scyphomedusae in having no medusoid form; they all more or less resemble a sea-anemone, and may be termed actinioid.

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  • The most familiar Anthozoan is the common sea-anemone, Actinia equina, L., and it will serve, although it does not form a skeleton or corallum, as a good example of the structure of a typical Anthozoan polyp or zooid.

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  • In the common sea-anemone, Actinia equina (which has already been quoted as a type of Anthozoan structure), the mesenteries are numerous and are arranged in cycles.

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  • The stiller waters of the inner lagoon are home to the rare starlet sea anemone.

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  • Sagartia troglodytes Many of the sandy pools contained the sea anemone Sagartia troglodytes although not in large numbers.

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  • It is a small sea anemone that has probably overlooked before or incorrectly identified.

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  • This uncommon sea anemone is present locally but rarely found.

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  • Find a sea anemone and wait quietly before placing your fingers gently close-by.

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  • Have you ever touched a manta ray or let a sea anemone attach its suckers to your finger?

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  • Dingle Marshes is one of only a handful of sites in England where the tiny starlet sea anemone is found.

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