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Epiactis  Verrill, 1869
Taxonomic Serial No.: 52562

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Animalia  
  Taxonomic Rank: Genus  
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  Current Standing: valid  
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  
  Global Species Completeness: complete   
  Latest Record Review: 2002   

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
 KingdomAnimalia  – Animal, animaux, animals  
    PhylumCnidaria Hatschek, 1888 – cnidarians, coelenterates, cnidaires, coelentérés, água viva, anêmona, caravela, cnidario, coral, hidra  
          ClassAnthozoa Ehrenberg, 1834 – corals, flower animals, sea anemones, anémones de mer, coraux, água viva, anêmona, antozoário, caravela, corais, gorgônia  
                OrderActiniaria  – anemones, sea anemones, actinies, anémones  
                   SuborderNyantheae Carlgren, 1899  
                      InfraorderThenaria Carlgren, 1899  
                         FamilyActiniidae Rafinesque, 1815  
                            GenusEpiactis Verrill, 1869  
    Direct Children:  
                               Species Epiactis adeliana Carlgren and Stephenson, 1929  
                               Species Epiactis arctica (Verrill, 1868) – Arctic brooding anemone 
                               Species Epiactis australiensis Carlgren, 1950  
                               Species Epiactis brucei Carlgren, 1939  
                               Species Epiactis fecunda (Verrill, 1899)  
                               Species Epiactis fernaldi Fautin and Chia, 1986 – fernald brooding anemone 
                               Species Epiactis georgiana Carlgren, 1927  
                               Species Epiactis incerta Carlgren, 1921  
                               Species Epiactis irregularis Carlgren, 1951  
                               Species Epiactis laevisi Carlgren, 1940  
                               Species Epiactis lisbethae Fautin and Chia, 1986 – giant brooding anemone 
                               Species Epiactis marsupialis Carlgren, 1901  
                               Species Epiactis mortenseni Carlgren, 1924  
                               Species Epiactis neozealandica Stephenson, 1918  
                               Species Epiactis nordmanni Carlgren, 1921  
                               Species Epiactis prolifera Verrill, 1869 – brooding anemone 
                               Species Epiactis ritteri Torrey, 1902 – sandy anemone 
                               Species Epiactis thompsoni (Coughtrey, 1875)  
                               Species Epiactis vincentina Carlgren, 1939  

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  Source: Hexacorallians of the World, website (version 1)  
  Acquired: 2001   
  Reference for: Epiactis   
  Source: Hexacorallians of the World, 05-May-2002, website (version 05-May-02)  
  Acquired: 2002   
  Reference for: Epiactis   
  Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version 8.0)  
  Acquired: 1996   
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