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Bat star & urchins

A bat star (Patiria miniata) shares a reef with a red and a purple sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus and purpuratus) at about 25' deep at the "Goldfish Bowl" dive site in California's Channel Islands. Photo taken off West Anacapa Island, August 2004.

Bat star & urchins
Reeveseye, Sep 3, 2004