Anemone Identification.

ROBERT BOOT, HERSTON MEDICAL LIBRARY mail_boot at uqvax.cc.uq.oz.au
Wed Oct 6 03:07:21 EST 1993


In article <28tlv9$ann at mensa.ccs.deakin.edu.au>, maverick at deakin.edu.au (Scott Southurst) writes:
> I am currently a second year student at Deakin University Warnambool Australia 
> where I study Aquatic Biology.  Part of a subject we do here (Aquatic Animal
> Communities) involves a project which concentrates on the Taxonomy of a
                                                                        ^
> particular Phyla or general group 
             Phylum
> 	For my project I have chosen to examine the Phyla Cnidaria and recently
                                                    Phylum
> I collected a bright orange Anemone which has not been seen by any of the staff
> that I have talked too.  For those who are familiar with the Phylum it is
> Morphologically Identical to the "Common Red" Anemone - Actinidae tenebrosa
> (Please forgive me if I have spelt the name wrong as I haven't a reference here)	My question is this:-
> 
I forgive you. I am just expressing my sorrow at the decline of latin & greek.
Sorry I can't help you with your question.
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ROBERT BOOT                                             R.BOOT at cc.uq.edu.au
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