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CATAMI samples

A quick guide to the CATAMI common categories along the Sub-tropical Eastern Australian coast. Authors: Arthur Blanluet, Camila Ayroza & Renata Ferrari
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Camila Ayroza

on 2 December 2013

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CATAMI samples

Ascidians
Cnidarians
Echninoderms
Macroalgae
Molluscs
Sponges
Stalked
Unstalked
Ascidian Unstalked Solitary
Anemones
Colonial
True
Anemones colonial zoanthids
True anemones
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Stony Corals
Blue coral
Branching (3D)
Encrusting
Fan (2D)
Massive soft corals
Whip
Encrusting
Solitary
Sub-massive
Foliose/plate
Tabulate
Hydrocorals
Branching
Encrusting/
Submassive

Crusts
Erect forms
Hollow Forms
Massive forms
Simple
Branching
Laminar
Cups and
alikes
Tubes and
chimneys
Cryptic massive
Simple-massive
Feather Star
Sea Star
Sea Urchins
Unstalked crinoids
Regular urchins
Gastropods
Encrusting
Erect coarse branching
Erect fine branching
Filamentous filiform
Laminate
Large canopy-forming
Blue coral
Fern-frond
Rigid fan
Complex
Simple
Complex fern-frond
Simple fern-frond
Black & Octocorals encrusting
Fleshy
Non-fleshy
Arborescent
Bottle brush
Bushy
Non-fleshy arborescent
Non-fleshy bottle bushy complex
Non-fleshy bushy
Fleshy
Fleshy - mushroom
Massive soft corals
Whip
Mushroom
Sub-massive stony corals
Encrusting stony corals
Foliose plate
Tabulate stony corals
Hydrocorals branching
Hydrocorals encrusting submassive
Feather star - unstalked crinoids
Sea star
Regular urchins
Red
Macroalgae Encrusting Red
Brown
Erect coarse branching brown
Brown
Red
Filamentous filiform brown
Filamentous filiform red
Brown
Red
Laminate brown
Laminate red
Ecklonia radiata
Cryptic massive sponges
Simple massive spoges
Cups and alikes
Crust sponges
Erect forms simple
Erect forms branching
Erect forms laminar
Rigid fan
Ascidians stalked
Ascidians
Ascidians
Anemones
Anemones
Hydrocorals
Hydrocorals
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Corals
Black & Octocorals
Corals
Stony Corals
Corals
Stony Corals
Corals
Stony Corals
Corals
Stony Corals
Corals
Stony Corals
Echninoderms
Echninoderms
Echninoderms
Echninoderms
Feather Star
Macroalgae
Macroalgae
Macroalgae
Macroalgae
Macroalgae
Macroalgae
Encrusting
Macroalgae
Erect coarse branching
Macroalgae
Filamentous filiform
Macroalgae
Filamentous filiform
Macroalgae
Laminate
Macroalgae
Laminate
Macroalgae

Molluscs
Gastropods
Sponges
Sponges
Sponges
Sponges
Articulated calcareous
Macroalgae
Red
Macroalgae
Articulated calcareous
Macroalgae Encrusting Red Calcareous
© Dirk Schories
© David Fenwick
© Anne Frijsinger and Mat Vestjens
Macroalgae Erect fine branching
Solitary mushroom
Tubes and chimneys

© CSIRO
© Renata Ferrari
© Fiona Scott
© Fiona Scott
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