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Haliplanella lineata

(Verrill, 1869)


Chris Wood Images of Anemones and Corals We are revising the Seasearch Guide to Anemones and Corals of Britain and Ireland with a view to publishing a second editiion this spring. If anybody has good images they would like us to have a look at please send them to chris@seasearch.org.uk Pictures need to be in situ, and taken in Britain and Ireland. We are interested particularly in images showing behaviour, predation, reproductive activity and those of the following less common species (no jewel anemones please!) Sarcodictyon roseum/catenatum Epizoanthus incrustans (sand/gravel habitat) Stomphia coccinea Anthopleura thallia (rock pools/SW) Aiptaisiogeton pellucidus (tiny, shallow, SW) Haliplanella lineata (harbours, rock pools) Anemonactis mazeli (deep water) Hacampoides elongatus/abyssorum Cataphellia brodricii Caryophyllia inornata Sphenotrochus andrewianus Hoplangia durotrix There is a free copy of the guide for anybody whose pictures we use of course.

Wendy Northway I'll go through my hubby's photos to see if he has anything of interest Chris.

Darryl Mayer I have some of Stomphia coccinea, Mycale lingua (L Sunart, 40m), Imperial Anemone (various colours). Kirsty Jeffery has Dead Men's Fingers "birthing", I've let them know about your call.

Tony Gilbert Chris, have emailed a selection including Sarcodictyon and Epizoanthus.

Message posted on Seasearch Identifications on 05 Jan 2013
Chris Wood Images of Anemones and Corals We are revising the Seasearch Guide to Anemones and Corals of Britain and Ireland with a view to publishing a second editiion this spring. If anybody has good images they would like us to have a look at please send them to chris@seasearch.org.uk Pictures need to be in situ, and taken in Britain and Ireland. We are interested particularly in images showing behaviour, predation, reproductive activity and those of the following less common species (no jewel anemones please!) Sarcodictyon roseum/catenatum Epizoanthus incrustans (sand/gravel habitat) Stomphia coccinea Anthopleura thallia (rock pools/SW) Aiptaisiogeton pellucidus (tiny, shallow, SW) Haliplanella lineata (harbours, rock pools) Anemonactis mazeli (deep water) Hacampoides elongatus/abyssorum Cataphellia brodricii Caryophyllia inornata Sphenotrochus andrewianus Hoplangia durotrix There is a free copy of the guide for anybody whose pictures we use of course.

Andy Horton http://www.glaucus.org.uk/S-troglo2.htm

Nathan Jones Has this been completed now or are you still receiving pics?

Chris Wood Yes Nathan. The re-write is almost done but not gone to publishers yet so still time for new pictures, especially if they are of the rarer ones.

Message posted on Seasearch on 05 Jan 2013
Andy Horton I hope you will know our Seasearch Guide to Anemones and Corals of Britain and Ireland. We have more or less run out of stock and are working on a second edition. I am trying to sort out the changes in taxonomy but we also want to include new images as digital photography has moved on so far since the first edition. There are a number of species which there seem to be few, if any records of, and a number of them are shallow water species. It occurred to me that you or members of the BMLSS might be in a position to help with images or at least tell me where they can be found and I wondered if you can help by publicising this request. The species we are particularly interested in are: Epizoanthus incrustans (sand/gravel habitat) Stomphia coccinea Anthopleura thallia (rock pools/SW) Aiptaisiogeton pellucidus (tiny, shallow, SW) Haliplanella lineata (harbours, rock pools) other name Diadumene luciae Anemonactis mazeli (deep water) Hacampoides elongatus/abyssorum Cataphellia brodricii Caryophyllia inornata Sphenotrochus andrewianus (free living coral) Hoplangia durotrix Anybody who supplies images we use will get a free copy of the book and the picture acknowledged of course. I hope you can help and look forward to hearing from you Chris Wood National Seasearch Coordinator

Taxonomy
Animalia (Kingdom)
  Cnidaria (Phylum)
    Anthozoa (Class)
      Hexacorallia (Subclass)
        Actiniaria (Order)
          Nyantheae (Suborder)
            Thenaria (Infraorder)
              Acontiaria (Superfamily)
                Haliplanellidae (Family)
                  Haliplanella (Genus)
                    Haliplanella lineata (Species)
Associated Species