|Researched by||Jaret Bilewitch||Refereed by||Admin|
|Other common names||-||Synonyms||Haliplanella lineata|
Diadumene lineata has up to 100 long tentacles arranged irregularly atop a smooth column, which is subdivided into a basal, thick-walled scaphus and a distal, thin-walled capitulum. The diameter of the column is 1-2 cm, its height is typically 1-2 cm and is coloured olive-green, with prominent orange or yellow longitudinal stripes.
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Last Updated: 28/07/2009