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Cushion Sea Star | ©MacChristiansen A bunch of Cushion Sea Star (also named Carpet Sea Star or Eight-armed Sea Star) from New South Wales, Australia. These sea stars belong to Patiriella calcar species (Echinodermata - Asteroidea - Valvatida - Asterinidae), a moderately large seastar with clear-cut, short, tapering, pointed arms. Patiriella calcar normally has eight arms, but sometimes 7 and 9 armed individuals are found. The color on top is extremely varied and often beautiful.

Cushion Sea Star | ©MacChristiansen A bunch of Cushion Sea Star (also named Carpet Sea Star or Eight-armed Sea Star) from New South Wales, Australia. These sea stars belong to Patiriella calcar species (Echinodermata - Asteroidea - Valvatida - Asterinidae), a moderately large seastar with clear-cut, short, tapering, pointed arms. Patiriella calcar normally has eight arms, but sometimes 7 and 9 armed individuals are found. The color on top is extremely varied and often beautiful.

Necklace Sea Star_Photo by Photograph by Wolcott Henry_A necklace sea star nestles among the C-shaped emerald tentacles of anchor coral in the western Pacific Ocean.

Sea Star - These are the only animal or fish that does not have a brain !!!

Sea Star - These are the only animal or fish that does not have a brain !!!

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