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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 one month ago
    1. Yes, viking tunicates! :-D Posted one month ago
  2. Very strange and beautiful! Posted one month ago
    1. Thanks! Posted one month ago
  3. Whaaat?! That's so beautiful! Posted one month ago
    1. Tunicates can be really pretty! :-) Posted one month ago
      1. It just blows my mind that they are animals, ya know?! So cool. Posted one month 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 one month ago
          1. Yes!! Nature is the coolest! Posted one month 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