Reference: Saville-Kent W., 1893, Plate II
View: Oral disc
Haddoni, n.sp., pp. 32 and 145. Segments of the disks, representing about one-sixth only of their entire superficial areas in two diversely coloured polyps, are here delineated, natural size. Isolated tentacles with their inflated apices, slightly magnified, are represented in lateral view, (thus showing their columnar stalks) near the top and bottom margins of the plate. The fish, *Amphiprion bicinctus
*, in this illustration (having only two white bands) is a commensal with *Discosoma
Haddoni*, in the same manner as the three-banded species in the preceding plate is associated with *Discosoma
Kenti*. The Prawn, Palæmon sp., in the right-hand upper corner, also lives commensally within the body-cavity of this anemone, only, however, in individuals that are not tenanted by the fish."