Illustrated Glossary of Sea Anemone Anatomy - Pedal Disk

This page contains images of sea anemone pedal disks. This disk is the surface of the anemone opposite to the mouth, which usually serves to attach the anemone to the substrate.

Pedal disk of Actinia priapus.
Isoedwardsia ingolfi proximal end.
Kyathactis hyalina. Margin and inferior surface of the pedal disc, magnified. a. Semi-lunar incision.
Pedal disk of Edwardsia leidyi.
Bunodeopsis antilliensis. Vertical section through a portion of the base.

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