From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
Sea Blisters (Ascidia callosa), but was reinstated by Gretchen Lambert in 2001. A. callosa is probably also present in the region, and A. columbiana differs from it in the following ways: 1: It has a dense circle of papillae around the siphons. 2: The edges of its tunic spread out in a thin sheet on the edges, whereas in A. callosa they are rounded. 3: Disection should reveal that the oviduct and sperm duct cross the bottom loop of intestine, rather than follow its edge.
- WoRMS Page for Ascidia columbiana
- Search Arctos Database for Ascidia columbiana (Southeast only)
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- Encyclopedia of Life search for Ascidia columbiana
- iNaturalist Observations for Ascidia columbiana in Southeast Alaska