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Synonyms for anemone

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Estefania Rodriguez says that as long as a sea anemone is touched with the palm of one's hand, one usually will not feel pain.
I come to a familiar break in the ledge and there he is, my giant anemone, safe and sound for another year
If you have not yet become acquainted with Japanese anemones, this is a good time of year to do so.
The band's second opus, Dowsing Anemone With Copper Tongue (Robotic Empire), is a thoroughly overwhelming album, highly recommended for fans of abominable lows and unnatural highs.
Haiti variety) tended to have a higher consumption rate of sea anemone than Lysmata sp.
This type of reproduction is reported to occur in eight out of the 42 species of the widely distributed sea anemone genus Anthopleura Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1860 (Table 1).
Any of various perennial herbs of the genus Anemone, native chiefly to northern temperate regions and having palmately lobed leaves and large flowers with showy sepals.
Uchida's book also introduces the ''oyogi isoginchaku,'' a sea anemone which can swim and reproduce from one tentacle.
Each theory has supporters, and each may be true, depending upon the species of fish and anemone in question.
In this study I asked whether fungal pseudoflowers caused by Puccinia monoica infecting Arabis holboellii influenced visitation and seed set of the flower Anemone patens (hereafter referred to as anemone), and whether anemone influenced visitation to pseudoflowers.
Using digital image processing, the researchers were able to calculate the area of the sea anemone that faces the flow.
The three hydrocarbon discoveries drilled at Anemone 1A, Archer 1 and Hermes 1 established the existence of working petroleum systems in the permit area.
Some, like Anemone nemorosa 'Virescens' are odd, others like 'Robinsoniana' and the double white 'Vestal' are breathtakingly beautiful.
Anemone nemorosa is pure white with a soft, pinky-grey reverse to its petals.
Thomas Holstein of the Centre for Organismal Studies demonstrated how the origin of nerve cell centralization can be traced back to the diffuse nerve net of simple and original lower animals like the sea anemone.