On new forms of Actiniaria dredged in the deep sea

with a description of certain pelagic surface-swimming species

Publisher: The Society in London

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  • Sea anemones.,
  • Anthozoa.

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Statementby H.N. Moseley ; communicated by J. Murie ; read February 15, 1877.
SeriesLandmarks of science II
ContributionsMurie, James.
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LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QL377.C7 .H35
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FormatMicroform
Paginationp. 295-305, [1] leaf of plates
Number of Pages305
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Open LibraryOL19891217M

Sea anemones are flower-like Cnidarians that are widely distributed throughout the world and reside in both shallow and deep waters. Sea Anemones remain attached to objects like rocks, coral, sometimes even hermit crabs, by anchoring themselves using an organ called the pedal disk.   DISCOVERING THE DEEP SEA: NIGHT, SILENCE, DEATH. The entrancing representations of the ocean in ‘Sea Slumber-Song’ drew heavily on new ways of thinking about and experiencing the ocean that arose in the second half of the nineteenth century, inspired in part by a developing culture of deep-sea : Karen Leistra-Jones. Sea anemones (order Actiniaria) are among the most diverse and successful members of the anthozoan subclass Hexacorallia, occupying benthic marine habitats across all depths and latitudes. Actiniaria comprises approximately 1, species of solitary and skeleton-less polyps and lacks any . A new species of sea anemone, Anthopleura radians n. sp., is described from the intertidal zone of northern Chile and the taxonomic status of the other Anthopleura species from the South Pacific are discussed. A. radians n. sp. is characterized by a yellow-whitish and brown checkerboard-like pattern on the oral disc, adhesive verrucae along the entire column and a series of marginal Cited by: 2.

Dictionary entry overview: What does order Actiniaria mean? • ORDER ACTINIARIA (noun) The noun ORDER ACTINIARIA has 1 sense. 1. sea anemones Familiarity information: ORDER ACTINIARIA used as a noun is very rare. actinic: (ak-tin'ik), Relating to the chemically active rays of the electromagnetic spectrum. [G. aktis (aktin-), a ray]. Actinia is a genus of sea anemones in the family a display a rare form of heteromorphosis in which a cut inflicted on a specimen can develop into a second : Anthozoa. Synonyms for Actiniaria in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Actiniaria. 3 synonyms for Actiniaria: Actinaria, order Actinaria, order Actiniaria. What are synonyms for Actiniaria?

The topic First Aid for Actiniaria Sting you are seeking is a synonym, or alternative name, or is closely related to the topic First Aid for Sea Anemone Sting. Please find relevant information on First Aid for Actiniaria Sting regarding cause, signs & symptoms, administration of first aid treatment, prognosis, preventive measures, and additional resources HERE. 1a: Body somewhat wormlike, usually with a rounded or bulbous base (in Halcampoides purpurea, choice 6b, the base becomes flattened when the animal contracts), inhabiting mud or muddy sand, not attached to a firm object 2: 1b: Body not wormlike, with a flattened base that is attached to rock, pebble, shell, wood or some other firm object (note: some species are partly or almost completely. actinian (ăk-tĭn′ē-ən) also actinia (-ə) n. pl. actinians also actiniae (-ē-ē′) A sea anemone. [New Latin Actīnia, genus name, from Greek aktīs, aktīn-, ray; see actino-.] actinia (ækˈtɪnɪə) n, pl -tiniae (-ˈtɪnɪˌiː) or -tinias (Animals) any sea anemone of the genus Actinia, which are common in rock pools. Metamorphic pressure comes into play when part of these dinner plates gets pushed deep into the hot, magma-laden earth. The heat and pressure fuse things (like sedimentary layers created by the sea, aka. the dried remnants of the sloppy bachelor’s meals) into new .

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On new Forms of Actiniaria dredged in the Deep Sea; with a Description of certain Pelagic Surface‐swimming Species. April Transactions of the Linnean Society. Get this from a library. On new forms of Actiniaria dredged in the deep sea: with a description of certain pelagic surface-swimming species.

[H N Moseley; James Murie]. On new forms of Actiniaria dredged in the deep sea: with a description of certain pelagic surface-swimming species / by H. Moseley ; communicated by J. Murie ; read Febru Moseley, H. (Henry Nottidge), [ Book, Microform: ] At UNSW Library. Title.

Report on the Actiniaria dredged by H.M.S. Challenger during the years supplement / Related Titles. Series: Report on the scientific results of the voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the years ; v, no. 3 By. Hertwig, Richard Karl Wilhelm Theodor von Sir Richard Karl Wilhelm Theodor von Hertwig On two new forms of deep-sea ascidians, obtained during the voyage of H.M.S.

'Challenger'. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London: Zoology series 2, 1(art. 14): – BHL Reference page. Moseley, H.N. On new forms of Actiniaria dredged in the deep sea; with a description of certain pelagic surface-swimming species.

On new forms of Actiniaria dredged in the deep sea; with a description of certain pelagic surface-swimming species. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London: Zoology series 2 1(art. 15): – BHL Reference page. Moseley, H.N. Description of a new species of land-planarian from the hothouses at Kew Gardens.

We describe and illustrate two new species from polar deep seas that belong to a new genus and family. Antipodactidae fam. nov. is characterized by acontia with macrobasic p-amastigophores; this type of nematocyst has never been reported from acontia.

Antipodactis gen. nov. is characterized by a column with a distinct scapus and scapulus, cuticle-bearing tenaculi on the scapus, Cited by:   Abstract. Sea anemones (Order Actiniaria) are among the most well successful groups of animals on the planet. They are distributed along the entire planet in several environments, from pole to pole, and so far, there are more than species known by scientists.

Despite the small number of species when compared to other groups, Author: Paula Braga Gomes, Alessandra Gomes Targino, Rafael Antônio Brandão, Carlos Daniel Pérez.

Ten species of sea anemones (Anthozoa: Actiniaria) are documented in the Mexican Caribbean based on observations and collections in 11 coral reef localities during –; three of them are. Sea anemones are a group of marine, predatory animals of the order Actiniaria.

They are named after the anemone, a terrestrial flowering plant, because of the colourful appearance of many. Sea anemones are classified in the phylum Cnidaria, class Anthozoa, subclass Hexacorallia.

As cnidarians, sea anemones are related to corals, jellyfish, tube-dwelling anemones, and Hydra. Unlike jellyfish, sea anemones Class: Anthozoa.

Get this from a library. On two new forms of deep-sea Ascidians, obtained during the voyage of H.M.S. Report on the Actiniaria dredged by H.M.S.

CHallenger during the years Topics Sea anemones Publisher [Edinburgh, Printed for nery Off. by Neill Collection biodiversity the plates in the back of the book is very light scanned the original book.

Addeddate Call number Camera Canon Pages: A catalogue of actiniaria and corallimorpharia from the Canary Islands and from Madeira. Arquipélago. Life and Marine Sciences 19A: The present catalogue is the first list of Actiniaria and Corallimorpharia from the Canary Islands and from Madeira (Central Macaronesia), including 41 species.

The endemic actinofauna supports the idea of Cited by: 7. The sea anemones (the common name for cnidarians belonging to the orders Actiniaria and Corallimorpharia) from the coasts of Panama have been poorly studied, and most records date from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (Fautin ).

The first records of sea anemones from the Pacific coast were made by Verrill (, ). Sea anemones (order Actiniaria) are among the most diverse and successful members of the anthozoan subclass Hexacorallia, occupying benthic marine habitats across all depths and latitudes.

Actiniaria comprises approximately 1, species of solitary and skeleton-less polyps and lacks any Cited by: ). We here present a fauna list for the Actiniaria and Ceriantharia of the Azores, with some zoogeographical remarks. There are no publications dealing mainly with the Actiniaria of the Azores, except Riemann-Zrneck () on deep-sea species.

No Ceriantharia have been recorded previously from the Azores. Methods. Riemann-Zürneck K () How sessile are sea anemones. A review of free-living forms in the Actiniaria (Cnidaria: Anthozoa).

Mar Ecol 19(4): – View Article Google Scholar Rodríguez E () Another Bipolar Deep-Sea Anemone: New Species Of Iosactis (Actiniaria, Endomyaria) from Antarctica. Helgol Mar Res – Characteristics: The order of sea anemones, Actiniaria, includes many colorful species, some of them resembling the anemone, a terrestrial flower.

Although there are a few pelagic species, the majority of sea anemones are polyps attached to some surface by an adhesive foot.

The cylinder-shaped body ends in an oral disk, surrounded by tentacles. List of sea anemone families. (Redirected from Actiniaria (family list)) Jump to navigation Jump to search.

Color plate of "Actiniae" (an old term for Actiniaria) from Ernst Haeckel's Kunstformen der Natur (). Actiniaria form an order of animals in the class Anthozoa that includes sea anemones.

The giant Caribbean sea anemone Condylactis gigantea (Weinland, ) (Actiniaria, Actiniidae) is one of the most common and well-known actiniarian species that inhabits in coastal and coral reefs environments of the Western Atlantic Ocean, and is distributed from Bermuda to southeast Brazil, and along the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea (Gonzalez-Munoz, Simoes, Sanchez-Rodriguez.

Sea anemones (order Actiniaria) are among the benthic and sessile invertebrates inhabiting the southern Gulf of Mexico (SGM) coral reefs. Nevertheless, sea anemones are typically overlooked in assessments of coral reefs biodiversity due to the poor taxonomic knowledge available on local by: 8.

anemone diversity is undocumented is likely to be fruitful in terms of the discovery of new. species and genera of Actiniaria. Alvinactis reu gen., sp. nov is a sea anemone which exemplifies the wealth of deep. ocean species to be discovered.

Actiniaria, or sea anemones, are very beautiful and interesting marine creatures. On this site we collected information and underwater photographs of many identified species from various places. species are currently listed. If you have photos of any species not listed here, please, contact with K.

Sanamyan, email is here. The Sea Anemones are an order of the Anthozoa with about known species. Actiniaria are very colourful and even within some styles there are fancy colour variations.

Anatomy. The body of a Sea Anemones consists of a foot disc, the body and an oral disc. The latter consists of the mouth and tentacles. A skeleton is not present with them. Sea anemones (Cnidaria: Actiniaria) of Singapore: shallow-water.

species known also from the Indian subcontinent. Daphne Gail Fautin. 1* Actiniaria) from the Republic of Singapore, five of them new records for the country. Sixteen species of Singaporean sea and oral disc appear solid deep red, maroon, or mauve, some individuals with.

[email protected] Marine biologist, diver and collector. Taxonomy of Actiniaria (Kamchatka Branch of Pacific Inst.

of Geography) list of publications: Dirk Schories (Germany) [email protected] Marine biologist, instructor and collector. Photographing, specimens collecting (Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile) Karen Sanamyan (Russia). ring sea anemone (see Fautin, ).

During the last two decades several species of ring sea anemones have been recorded in different areas of the Pacific Ocean, from Japan to New Zealand, on different bottoms and depths, Ring sea anemones are remarkable because of their particular attachment to gorgonians.

They show a. Keyboarding of Carlgren's catalog was done as part of a project to create an electronic database of the sea anemones of the world, funded by NSF Grant DEB, awarded to Daphne G. Fautin. This grant is in the program Partnerships to Enhance Expertise in Taxonomy (PEET).

Susanne Hauswaldt, Katherine Pearson. Sea anemones (Cnidaria: Actiniaria) of Singapore: abundant and well-known shallow-water species. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Edward E. Ruppert, Richard S. Fox, Robert D. Barnes. Invertebrate Zoology Brooks/Cole of Thomson Learning Inc., 7th Edition.

Actinia definition is - a genus of sea anemones nearly coextensive with the order Actiniaria. out from the shore toward the sea, and were divided into 3 strata: shallow, intermediate, and deep, as ref-erenced to Peterson and Black (). In each of the 3 strata, the number of sea anemones was counted in eighteen 15 × cm2 quadrats laid out haphazardly within a 2-m distance along the transect line.

To determinate whether the.Laird MC, Griffiths CL () Additions to the South African sea anemone (Cnidaria, Actiniaria) fauna, with expanded distributional ranges for known species.

African Invertebrates 57(1): 15– doi: /afrinvertebr Abstract. The last monograph on South African sea anemones was published by Carlgren more than 75 years by: 2.REVIEWS AND BOOK NOTICES. is effectually disposed of by the remark that "the organism is supported through all its tissues on all sides, within and without, by incompressible fluids at the same pressure." The chapter on deep-sea soundings is fall in,its details and illustrations, and it is concluded from what has been accomplished Fig.