Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
Porcupine MNHS Twitter FeedFollowers: 1470Including a re-description of shovel head worm, Magelona alleni first described from Plymouth, UK #WormWednesday #Magelonidae #Annelida https://t.co/qfwrsfQzlsThe spaghetti worm Eupolymnia nesidensis looks very different to its distinct and colourful fellow species the strawberry spaghetti worm Eupolymnia nebulosa, both of which occur commonly around the UK #WormWednesday https://t.co/G2hhowaDTdSea anemones, stationary relatives of jellyfish. Catching prey by firing venom-filled harpoons into anything touching them, paralysing it and eating it. Tend to be colourful unless living on muddy sand and blending in. #environment #nature #cnidarians #DWTMarine @DorsetWildlife https://t.co/t4xW4QKYho