Sea grass sea fir
Laomedea angulata on seagrass.
Image width ca XX cm.
Image: Keith Hiscock
|Recorded only on eel grasses to about 8 m depth.|
|A colonial hydroid forming a series of short shoots arising from a rather straight stolon that grows parallel to the edge of Zostera marina leaves. Erect shoots rigidly zigzag, to about 15 mm. The hydrothecae, a supporting, nonliving, protein-chitinous envelope surrounding the stem, is thin-walled with an even rim.|
|PMF archive information|
|Species name is listed in the PMF at the following locations:|