|Location||Image||Cnidae Type||Range of |
|Range of |
|Carlgren O., 1945|
|N/A||atrichous isorhizas [atrichs]||49.3 - 63.4||x||5.6 - 7||/|
|N/A||basitrichs||19.7 - 26.8||x||2.8 - 3.5 (4)||/|
|N/A||microbasic p-mastigophores||19.7 - 22.6||x||4 - 5||/|
|N/A||atrichous isorhizas [atrichs]||29.6 - 47.9||x||5.6 - 7||/|
|N/A||atrichs||17 - 19.7||x||4.2 - 5.6||/|
|N/A||basitrichs||17.6 - 22.6||x||2.8 - 3.5||/|
|N/A||basitrichs||10 - 25.4||x||2.2 - 4||/|
|N/A||microbasic p-mastigophores||17.6 - 22.6||x||4 - 5.6 (7)||/|
|N/A||basitrichs||21 - 28.2||x||2.5 - 3.5||/|
|N/A||spirocysts||- 29||x||- 3.5||/|
Description[edit source | edit]
The knobbly anemone is a medium-sized anemone of up to 10 cm in diameter. It is variably coloured, and may be maroon, orange or purple, or even variegated. Its column is knobbly and the knobs are non-adhesive. The knobs sometimes contrast with the body colour as do the tentacles. It has small round protrusions (spherules) at the base of its tentacles.
Distribution[edit source | edit]
It is found around the southern African coast from Luderitz to Durban. It inhabits waters from the intertidal to 19 m in depth.
Ecology[edit source | edit]
References[edit source | edit]
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