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Light-bulb Sea Squirt - Clavelina lepadiformis It is apparently a species that has been transferred by ships from nordic waters into Southern areas of the East Atlantic. Clavelina lepadiformis,Geotagged,Spain,Spring Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Light-bulb Sea Squirt - Clavelina lepadiformis

It is apparently a species that has been transferred by ships from nordic waters into Southern areas of the East Atlantic.

    comments (9)

  1. Magical alien stuff! Posted 8 months ago
    1. Yes, viking tunicates! :-D Posted 8 months ago
  2. Very strange and beautiful! Posted 8 months ago
    1. Thanks! Posted 8 months ago
  3. Whaaat?! That's so beautiful! Posted 8 months ago
    1. Tunicates can be really pretty! :-) Posted 8 months ago
      1. It just blows my mind that they are animals, ya know?! So cool. Posted 8 months ago
        1. I share your feelings! for me is the same with the corals..one tends to feel like they are plants when in reality they are animals...crazy Nature! :-) Posted 8 months ago
          1. Yes!! Nature is the coolest! Posted 8 months ago

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''Clavelina lepadiformis'', common name the light-bulb sea squirt, is a colonial sea squirt native to the NE Atlantic Ocean.

Similar species: Simple Sea Squirts
Species identified by Patomarazul
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By Patomarazul

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Uploaded Nov 25, 2019. Captured May 1, 2019 16:24 in Paseo Barrilla, 17, 35510 Tías, Las Palmas, Spain.
  • TG-5
  • f/4.5
  • 1/200s
  • ISO200
  • 9.61mm