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Spain - Anemones
Anemones (class Anthozoa) belong to the coelenterate or Cnidaria. Disc jellyfish (discomedusan), Hydroidpolyps, Siphonophora and seawasps belong to the Cnidaria as well. Corals also belong to the class of the Anthozoans and they are subdivided in sixrays and eightrays. Deadmen`s fingers is the only representative of these groups that occurs in the Dutch waters. Deadmen`s fingers belongs to the group of the eightrays. All anemones possess nettle cells that are used to paralyze their pray before eating it. Please note, anemones are animals, not plants.

Beadlet anemone
Actinia equina (Linnaeus, 1758)

cloak anemone
Adamsia palliata (BOHADSCH, 1761)

Alcyonium acaule (Marion, 1878)

Snakelocks anemone
Anemonia viridis (Forskål, 1775)

Calliactis parasitica
Calliactis parasitica (Couch, 1842)

Devonshire cup coral
Caryophyllia smithii (Stokes & Broderip, 1828)

Tube anemone
Cerianthus membranaceus

Condylactis aurantiaca
Condylactis aurantiaca (Delle Chiaje, 1825)

Plumose anemone
Metridium senile (Linnaeus, 1761)

Prazaoanthus axinellae
Prazaoanthus axinellae (Schmidt, 1862)

Mud sagartia
Sagartia troglodytes (Price in Johnston, 1847)

Smal snakelocks anemone
Sagartiogeton undatus (Müller, 1788)

Dahlia anemone
Urticina felina (Linnaeus, 1761)