Cnidaria

Jellies, anemones, corals, sea pens
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Moon Jelly

Aurelia aurita

To 7.5 cm high, 20 cm or more in diameter. Collection method: surface collection

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Orange Seapen

Ptilosarcus gurneyi

To about 46 cm high and 10 cm wide. Collection method: SCUBA

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Pink-Tipped Anemone

Anthopleura elegantissima

To 15 cm high, crown to 8 cm. Collection method: hand collection at low tide

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Green Surf Anemone

Anthopleura xanthogrammica

To 30 cm high; 25 cm diameter. Collection method: hand collection at low tide

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Brooding/Proliferating Anemone

Epiactis spp.

To 5 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA

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Stubby Rose Anemone

Urticina clandestina

To 10 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA or hand collection at low tide

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Fish-Eating Anemone

Urticina piscivora

To 30 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA 

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White-Spot Anemone

Urticina piscivora

To 30 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA 

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Crimson Anemone

Cribrinopsis fernaldi

To 30 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA 

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Painted Anemone

Urticina crassicornis

To 15 cm high; 15 cm diameter. Collection method: SCUBA

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Plumose Anemone

Metridium farcimen

To 1 m tall; 8 cm diameter. White, orange, brown. Collection method: SCUBA.

For a detailed price list please email us

Please let us know if you are looking for an organism that does not appear on our species list, we still may be able to collect it for you. We always enjoy a challenge!

We collect with your display needs in mind. Therefore we collect large, show size specimens whenever possible. There are exceptions however: some fish and mollusc species travel better as juvenilles. We will inform you when this is the case.