Small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) has been used to investigate pluronic P85 (EO26PO40EO26) copolymer in deuterated water. A range of P85 fractions were measured for a wide sample temperature window. A rich phase behavior is reported. Unimers were observed below the critical micelle formation condition. At fixed P85 fraction, a number of micellar phases were observed upon increasing temperature; first spherical micelles, then cylindrical micelles, then lamellar micelles. At the highest temperatures, a demixed lamellae phase was observed. Analysis of the SANS data consisted in fits to an empirical Guinier-Porod model that was appropriate for data fitting in the various phases at low P85 fractions. When the P85 fraction increased, an inter-particle structure factor was included to analyze SANS data from concentrated spherical micelles. At high P85 fractions, paracrystalline structures were observed as evidenced by an enhanced interparticle interaction peak. A phase diagram for P85/d-water was obtained showing the various phases.