Subject: Sea Cucumbers

Phillip Colla (oceanlight@oceanlight.com)
Wed, 16 Jun 1999 10:16:05 -0700



>Can you tell me what is the composition of sea
cucumber?

Sorry, no I can't.=A0 I don't know much about sea cucumbers other
than having photographed them.  Here are some links about sea cucumbers
that may help you, though.  Some are commercial in nature (companies
trying to sell sea cucumber products) but others are very informative.

http://database.mbl.edu/SPECIMENS/phylum.taf?function=3D= detail&ID=3D165
http://www.reach4life.com/1118.html
http://www.wwf.org/galapagos/cucumber.htm
http://www.seacage.com/cucumber.html
http://www.adsul.com/gulfspecimen/giantsea.htm
http://www.umassd.edu/Public/People/KAmaral/Thesis/SeaCu= cumbers.html
http://www.stemnet.nf.ca/CITE/oceancucumbers.htm
http://bayutama.com/cucumber.htm
http://www.godby.leon.k12.fl.us/PROJECTS/MarineBio/hairy= seacucumber.html
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~tissot/inverts/holoroid.htm<= br> http://www.coralreefs.hawaii.edu/ReefNetwork/marlife/inv= erts/holoroid.htm
http://www.lumigenic.com/photo/pages/023U13.bio.html=
http://www.orientmag.com/food9.htm
http://www.divernet.com/biolog/cucu1097.htm
http://www.wa.gov.au/westfish/wf/bc/bc97aut.html



Best regards,

Phillip Colla
Research Associate: http://www.hwrf.org
Photographer: http://www.oceanlight.com