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IOM T 0810 Zoanthus spp.
Exact species identification based on physical appearance is extremely difficult, as most ...
Describer: LAMARCK 1801
FOM T 0710 Pseudanthias tuka
Overall purple coloration with varying highlights of blue, red, and yellow. Males are more ...
Describer: (HERRE & MONTALBAN 1927)
IOM T 0710 Agelas gracilis
These are non-photosynthetic/azooxanthellate filter-feeding animals that require shaded areas ...
Describer: WHITELEGGE 1897
IOM T 0610 Mycedium elephantotus
This is a photosynthetic stony coral that is often collected in areas having different levels ...
Describer: (PALLAS 1766)
IOM T 0510 Pachycerianthus fimbriatus
In general, tube anemones are bottom-dwelling, burrowing animals that are better maintained ...
Describer: MCMURRICH 1910
FOM T 0510 Neocirrhites armatus
Bright red with a broad, arc-shaped black dorsal band and a black eye ring.
Describer: CASTELNAU, 1873
IOM T 0410 Sinularia flexibilis
This hardy soft coral is quite common both in the wild and in the trade. Though it can tolerate ...
Describer: QUOY & GAIMARD 1833
FOM T 0310 Acanthurus sohal
Although the large size and aggressive temperament of the sohal tang limits its suitability for ...
Describer: (FORSSKÅL 1775)
IOM T 0310 Holothuria edulis
In general, sea cucumbers are gentle, unassuming creatures that mostly look like a shriveled-up ...
Describer: LESSON 1830
IOM T 0210 Spirobranchus sp. (probably S. corniculatus)
Based on the shape and size of my specimen’s operculum (a protective lid used when the ...
Describer: (GRUBE 1862)
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