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Sea Stars, Class Asteroidea

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By Bob Fenner

Culcita novaguineae in Hawaii'

Genus Echinaster:

Echinaster callosus Marenzellar 1895, the Warty Starfish. Here in S. Leyte 2013

Echinaster luzonicus (Gray, 1840), the Luzon Sea Star; Indo-Pacific (East Africa to Indo., P.I.) on shallow reefs. Variable in color. Easily discards arms that regenerate. Symbiotic w/ copepods and comb jellies. Aquarium pic, Sacramento, CA.

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