Liponema brevicorne

Alternate names: Liponema brevicornis, tumbleweed anemone

Author: McMurrich, 1893

Description

General: Pink, pinkish orange, or white. Observed in two morphs (thin tentacles and thick tentacles). Capable of detaching from the seafloor and rolling.



Geographic Information

Habitat description: Benthic; hard substrate and soft sediment.



Additional Information

Video identifiability: legacy identification



References

Encyclopedia of Life

Tree of Life

World Register of Marine Species

National Center for Biotechnology Information

Lauerman, L.M.L., R.S. Kaufmann, and K.L. Smith Jr. (1996). Distribution and abundance of epibenthic megafauna at a long time-series station in the abyssal northeast Pacific. Deep Sea Research 1, 43: 1075-1103 (as L. brevicornis).

Citation: Liponema brevicorne (McMurrich, 1893) Deep-Sea Guide (DSG) at http://dsg/mbari.org/dsg/view/concept/Liponema%20brevicorne. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). Consulted on 2019-07-23.
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