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Aulactinia vancouverensis Sanamyan, Sanamyan, McDaniel, 2013
no common name
Family: Actiniidae


© Neil McDaniel     (Photo ID #58537)


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Distribution of Aulactinia vancouverensis in British Columbia in British Columbia


"A medium sized rose-coloured species abundant near the northern end of Vancouver Island, but not widespread in southern BC waters. It looks superficially like Cribrinopsis fernaldi. Described by Sanamyan, Sanamyan & McDaniel 2013. See Invert. Zool. Vol. 10. No. 2. P. 199-216."

Note Author: Neil McDaniel

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Sanamyan N, K. Sanamyan, N. McDaniel, 2013. Two new shallow water sea anemones of the family Actiniidae (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Actiniaria) from British Columbia (NE Pacific). Invertebrate Zoology 10(2): 199-216.

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