Halocynthia aurantium

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Sea peach:
Sea peach (Halocynthia aurantium): This tunicate species is quite beautiful, and often four inches long. It is rarely found at negative tides, but is fairly common in deeper waters. A similar species, Broadbase tunicate (Cnemidocarpa finmarkiensis), is rather dome-like, with a wide base.

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