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34 BIOLOGY OF THE ANTARCTIC SEAS XVI Fig. 33. Cnidae of Stomphia selaginella; see text for explanation. 3 um, n = 37, N = 4/4 In some individuals, actinopharynx basitrichs seem divisible into two populations, one shorter than 20 um and one longer than 25 um. In most, however, there is a complete conti nuum of size. Stephenson's  original description is thorough and accurate. He noted and figured the two extremely different appearances these anemones can assume, one rather stiff, the other flaccid.
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