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Bluebell Tunicates and Hydroids on Red Finger Sponge.
Hog Islands, (Cayos Cochinos), Honduras.  - Depth 95 feet

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Colorful Marine Invertebrates

Caribbean Underwater Photography Gallery IV

 *  A colony of Bluebell Tunicates, probably (Clavelina picta). The  brownish, branching organisms are Hydroids (Thyroscyphus  ramosus).  The entire little mini-habitat is located on a Red Finger Sponge (Haliclona rubens).  We found the Honduran waters especially good for  the finding of tunicates (1), (2).

Hog Islands, (Cayos Cochinos), Honduras.  Depth 95 feet or 29 meters

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