Beania magellanica (Busk, 1852)

Beania magellanica is widely distributed in the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

Beania magellanica is the fuzzy brown colony growing over a colony of Parmularia obliqua

A magnified and highly processed detail from the same photo is available

An additional colour photograph by Karen Gowlett-Holmes is available.

Original description: Diachoris magellanica Busk, 1852.
Locality: Australia.

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Edited by Phil Bock
Modified on 8th July 2000
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