painted anemone, Urticina grebelnyi, giant acorn barnacles, Balanus nubilus, and sulfur sponge, Myxilla lacunosa, Skookumchuck Narrows, Sechelt Inlet, British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean


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Image ID: 0201608-MCH

Painted Anemones, Urticina grebelnyi

painted anemone, Urticina grebelnyi, giant acorn barnacles, Balanus nubilus, and sulfur sponge, Myxilla lacunosa, Skookumchuck Narrows, Sechelt Inlet, British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean
Credit to: Marc Chamberlain / BluePlanetArchive.com

Image dimensions: 4288x2762