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Image: Haeckel Actiniae
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Description: Heliactis bellis (Thompson) = Cereus pedunculatus (Pennant, 1777) Mesacmaea stella [sic] (Andres) = Mesacmaea stellata (Andrès, 1881) Aiptasia Couchii (Gosse) = Aiptasia mutabilis (Gravenhorst, 1831) Cylista impatiens (Dana) = Choriactis impatiens (Couthouy in Dana, 1846) Bunodes thallia (Gosse) = Anthopleura thallia (Gosse, 1854) Metridium praetextum (Couthouy) = Actinostella flosculifera (Lesueur, 1817) Heliactis troglodytes (Thompson) = Sagartia troglodytes (Price, 1847) Anthea cereus (Gosse) = Anemonia sulcata (Pennant, 1777) Aiptasia undata (Martens) = Aiptasia diaphana (Rapp, 1829) Aiptasia diaphana (Andres) = Aiptasia diaphana (Rapp, 1829) Bunodes monilifera (Dana) = Paractis monilifera (Drayton in Dana, 1846) Corynactis viridis (Allman) = Corynactis viridis Allman, 1846 Metridium concinnatum (Dana) = Oulactis concinnata (Drayton in Dana, 1846) Sagartia chrysoplenium (Gosse) = Chrysoela chrysosplenium (Cocks in Johnston, 1847) Actinoloba dianthus (Blainville) = Metridium senile (Linnaeus, 1761)
Title: Haeckel Actiniae
Credit: Kunstformen der Natur (1904), plate/planche 49: Actiniae (see here, here, here and here)
Author: Ernst Haeckel
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