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Elephant Ear Anemone/Photographed with a 60 mm macro lens...
Elephant Ear Anemone/Photographed with a 60 mm macro lens... by Laurie Slawson
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Amplexidiscus fenestrafer, also known as the elephant ear anemone, is a species of coral belonging to the phylum Cnidaria. The name "elephant ear anemone" is a misnomer because it is actually a species of coral. It is the only species in the monotypic genus Amplexidiscus. Wikipedia
 
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message That's correct, it's a corallimorph. I chose to use a common name for it.

 
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