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Help with identification of these squishy organisms please?

Home Forums Invertebrates & Other Critters Help with identification of these squishy organisms please?

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    silvery92
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    #352075

    silvery92
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    The first and second last organisms seem to have tentacles and a center mouth of some sort… Even a nudge in the right direction would be most appreciated! 

    #352079

    coelacanth
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    You don’t say where you the pictures were taken (always important when organism ID is involved) but the first few look like a burrowing anemone sp. found in tropical SE Asia.

    #352080

    silvery92
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    You don’t say where you the pictures were taken (always important when organism ID is involved) but the first few look like a borrowing anemone sp. found in tropical SE Asia.

     

     

     

    Ahh sorry I was in a rush. But yeah, I live in Singapore, which is part of tropical SE Asia. Thanks so much, that really helps! (:

    #352081

    silvery92
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    I’ve found out that the first one is a “hermit-hitching anemone”, but has yet to be identified. 

    #352083

    silvery92
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    Okay with much searching I have found out the first organism is a Caliactic tricolor, or a tricolor anemone!

    #352085

    coelacanth
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    Not unless it’s very lost it isn’t, that species is native to the eastern US…

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