Aplidium coei

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Aplidium coei:
Aplidium coei: This tunicate was found subtidally by Ritter in 1901 in Kodiak, where he found it to be common, and again on Kodiak by Gretchen Lambert a hundred years later - in the low intertidal. Catie Bursch also found it in Kachemak Bay.

In our area found in Scow Bay near Sitka in spring 2011, in the shallow subtidal. While there are apparently no other records, the small amount of tunicate data in our region suggests that there is no reason to think that this is a rare species.

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