Deeplet sea anemone (Bolocera tuediae)
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Recorded distribution in Britain and IrelandOn all British and Irish coasts, but rare on southern coasts.
HabitatThis anemone is found sublittorally at depths from 20 m to at least 2000 m.
- A large anemone, up to 30 cm across the tentacles.
- Up to 200 tentacles.
- Column smooth and featureless.
- Dull pink to brown colouration.
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Last Updated: 11/10/2002