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Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Spiny brittle stars (starfish) detail, Ophiothrix spiculata Spiny brittle stars (starfish) detail, Ophiothrix spiculata Spiny brittle stars (starfish) detail, Ophiothrix spiculata Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish detail, sea star skin details, Vancouver Island, Canada Starfish detail, sea star skin details, Vancouver Island, Canada Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish detail, sea star skin details, Vancouver Island, Canada Bat star, Asterina miniata Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Colorful starfish (sea stars) cling to the reef, covered with invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish cling to a rocky reef, surrounded by other colorful invertebrate life. Browning Pass, Vancouver Island Starfish detail, sea star skin details, Vancouver Island, Canada Starfish detail, sea star skin details, Vancouver Island, Canada Starfish, seastars and anemones cover the rocks in a intertidal tidepool, Puget Sound, Washington Starfish, seastars and anemones cover the rocks in a intertidal tidepool, Puget Sound, Washington Starfish, seastars and anemones cover the rocks in a intertidal tidepool, Puget Sound, Washington Unidentified starfish Unidentified starfish Spiny brittle stars (starfish), Ophiothrix spiculata Spiny brittle stars (starfish), Ophiothrix spiculata Bat stars, Asterina miniata A mass of spiny brittle stars, Ophiothrix spiculata A mass of spiny brittle stars, Ophiothrix spiculata Sun starfish.  This enormous starfish can have up to 24 arms, grow to 30 inches in diameter and have as many as 15000 tube feet.  Sun stars are usually pink, purple or brown in color although will occasionally be red or yellow. They can regrow lost arms, Pycnopodia helianthoides Sun starfish.  This enormous starfish can have up to 24 arms, grow to 30 inches in diameter and have as many as 15000 tube feet.  Sun stars are usually pink, purple or brown in color although will occasionally be red or yellow. They can regrow lost arms, Pycnopodia helianthoides Pacific comet star, Linckia columbiae Starfish (sea star), detail showing tube feet ending in small suckers, Pisaster giganteus, La Jolla, California Purple urchin attacked by starfish, Coronados, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, Coronado Islands (Islas Coronado) Starfish and sulfur sponge on rocky California reef Brittle stars covering sponge and rocky reef, Ophiothrix spiculata, Santa Barbara Island   more ...

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