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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Anthozoa Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 57 pictures in our Anthozoa collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Gorgonian wrapper anemone (Nemanthus annamensis) Featured Print

Gorgonian wrapper anemone (Nemanthus annamensis)

Gorgonian wrapper anemone (Nemanthus annamensis), on black coral whip. Usually seen attached to black coral trees and sea whips, gorgonian fans and other sessile benthic animals that have stalks or branches. Can also detach itself and wander through the water to find a new perch, hence its other name wandering anemone'. It is not known whether it actually kills the polyps of the animal it settles on or whether it settles on dead parts of the coral. Western Pacific Ocean

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Black coral (Antipathes sp.)) Featured Print

Black coral (Antipathes sp.))

Black coral (Antipathes sp.),), light-coloured living tissues covering black skeleton, with Serpent brittle stars (Astrobrachion adhaerens) entwined among its branches. North Solitary Island, New South Wales, Australia

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Anthozoa, Antipatharia, Cnidarians, Colonial, Colonies, Colony, Corals, Feathery, Indo Pacific Marine Life, Marine, Marine Invertebrates, Ocean Life, Pacific Ocean Marine Life, Polyps, Sea Life, Underwater

Alicia anemone (Alicia pretiosa) Featured Print

Alicia anemone (Alicia pretiosa)

Alicia anemone (Alicia pretiosa), with body studded with vesicles covered with spirocysts that stick to and entangle prey, and nematocysts that fire toxin into prey, paralysing or killing it. The tentacles also carry the nematocysts that deliver toxin; it causes severe pain in humans. Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan