Akene of Anemone, enlarged,(Gray, 1858).

Anemone Akene

Akene of Anemone, enlarged,(Gray, 1858).

Akene of Anemone, enlarged, cut in half to show the seed in it, (Gray, 1858).

Anemone Akene

Akene of Anemone, enlarged, cut in half to show the seed in it, (Gray, 1858).

The tentacles of the sea anemone are numerous and are borne on a disk surrounding the mouth at the free end.

Anemone

The tentacles of the sea anemone are numerous and are borne on a disk surrounding the mouth at the free…

The sea anemone is an animal that can come in various sizes and colors.

Anemone

The sea anemone is an animal that can come in various sizes and colors.

"A popular name of the species of actinia and some other Actiniadae. It seems to have been first applied to them about a century ago by Ellis, one of the most celebrated investigators of the department of natural history to which they belong, who remarks that 'their tentacles, being disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively colors, very nearly represent the beautiful petals of some of our most elegantly fringed and radiated flowers, such as the carnation, marigold, and anemone.'" — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Anemone

"A popular name of the species of actinia and some other Actiniadae. It seems to have been first applied…

"A popular name of the species of actinia and some other Actiniadae. It seems to have been first applied to them about a century ago by Ellis, one of the most celebrated investigators of the department of natural history to which they belong, who remarks that 'their tentacles, being disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively colors, very nearly represent the beautiful petals of some of our most elegantly fringed and radiated flowers, such as the carnation, marigold, and anemone.'" — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Anemone

"A popular name of the species of actinia and some other Actiniadae. It seems to have been first applied…

"A popular name of the species of actinia and some other Actiniadae. It seems to have been first applied to them about a century ago by Ellis, one of the most celebrated investigators of the department of natural history to which they belong, who remarks that 'their tentacles, being disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively colors, very nearly represent the beautiful petals of some of our most elegantly fringed and radiated flowers, such as the carnation, marigold, and anemone.'" — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Anemone

"A popular name of the species of actinia and some other Actiniadae. It seems to have been first applied…

"Sea anemone dissected; c, tentacles; d, mouth; e, stomach; white lines above k, the mesenteries." —Davison, 1906

Anemone

"Sea anemone dissected; c, tentacles; d, mouth; e, stomach; white lines above k, the mesenteries." —Davison,…

"Sea anemones on back of hermit crab." -Thomson, 1916

Anemone

"Sea anemones on back of hermit crab." -Thomson, 1916

"A genus of plants of the natural order Ranunculaceae, having an involucre of three divided leaves, more or less remote from the flower, a petaloid calyx, searcely distinguishable from the corolla, and soft woolly achenia, which in some species have tails." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Anemone Coronaria

"A genus of plants of the natural order Ranunculaceae, having an involucre of three divided leaves,…

The popular name given to a number of animals of the subkingdom Coelenterata and class Actinozoa, including the genus Actinia and other genera.

Sea Anemones

The popular name given to a number of animals of the subkingdom Coelenterata and class Actinozoa, including…

Nearly all the stamens of this variety of common camellia appear as petals. The flower resembles the anemone family.

Flower of Camellia Japonica Anemonaeflora

Nearly all the stamens of this variety of common camellia appear as petals. The flower resembles the…

Illustrated is the small and regular anemone type of chrysanthemum. It is commonly called pompon anemone. The flowers are two to three inches across. The flowers are usually yellow.

Anemone Type of Chrysanthemum

Illustrated is the small and regular anemone type of chrysanthemum. It is commonly called pompon anemone.…

The flowers of Japanese anemone chrysanthemum are four or more inches across. The flowers have an irregular outline.

Japanese Anemone Chrysanthemum

The flowers of Japanese anemone chrysanthemum are four or more inches across. The flowers have an irregular…

Used for jewellery, grows in a bushy form on rocks at the bottom of the Mediterranean and Red seas.

Red Coral

Used for jewellery, grows in a bushy form on rocks at the bottom of the Mediterranean and Red seas.

An incomplete flower of the Anemone.

Flower

An incomplete flower of the Anemone.

Flower of Anemone,(Gray, 1858).

Anemone Flower

Flower of Anemone,(Gray, 1858).

Flower of Anemone, cut in half, (Gray, 1858).

Anemone Flower

Flower of Anemone, cut in half, (Gray, 1858).

Coral that has branched out and looks like a brain.

Astraea Pallida

Coral that has branched out and looks like a brain.

Pistil of Anemone, cut in half, showing the ovary and ovule,(Gray, 1858).

Anemone Pistil

Pistil of Anemone, cut in half, showing the ovary and ovule,(Gray, 1858).

An individual coral is known as a polyp. They resemble sea anemone, as they have tubular bodies with tentacles. This is a cluster of New England coral polyps.

Coral Polyp

An individual coral is known as a polyp. They resemble sea anemone, as they have tubular bodies with…

An individual coral is known as a polyp. They resemble sea anemone, as they have tubular bodies with tentacles. This is a cluster of red coral polyps.

Coral Polyp

An individual coral is known as a polyp. They resemble sea anemone, as they have tubular bodies with…

"Their tentacles, which are disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively colors, very nearly represent the beautiful petals of some f the most elegantly fringed and radiated flowers, such as the carnation, marygold, and anemone. They are of various sizes, from that of the smallest thimble to the largest apple; and have considerable power of locomotion, being able not only to move along upon the base, but also in a reversed position upon their entacles." — Goodrich, 1859

Sea-anemone

"Their tentacles, which are disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively…

"Their tentacles, which are disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively colors, very nearly represent the beautiful petals of some f the most elegantly fringed and radiated flowers, such as the carnation, marygold, and anemone. They are of various sizes, from that of the smallest thimble to the largest apple; and have considerable power of locomotion, being able not only to move along upon the base, but also in a reversed position upon their entacles." — Goodrich, 1859

Mouth of the sea-anemone

"Their tentacles, which are disposed in regular circles, and tinged with a variety of bright lively…