A to Z - Sea Stars & Sea Cucumbers & Sea Urchins

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Panamic Cushion Star - Sea Stars

Also known Chocolate Chip Cookie Sea Star, Chocolate Chip Cookie Starfish, Chocolate Chip Sea Star, Chocolate Chip Starfish, Cortez Starfish, Knobbly Sea Star, Knobby Star, Knobby Starfish,.. more

Panning's Black Sea Cucumber - Sea Cucumbers

Also known as Black Sea Cucumber, Black Teatfish, Blackfish, Deepwater Blackfish, Lollyfish, Palauan Sea Cucumber, Panning's Blackfish, Panning's Sea Cucumber, Tripang. Found singly in moderately shallow waters on.. more

Pebble Collector Urchin - Sea Urchins

Also known as Collector Urchin, Indian Urchin, White Sea Urchin. Found hiding during the day in holes and hollows over coral and rock reefs rich in algae.. more

Pentagon Sea Star - Sea Stars

Also known Cushion Sea Star, Cushion Star, Pentagon Star, Starfish, Uri, Uri Sea Star. Found singly or in groups usually in deep waters over rubble and sandy areas.. more

Pineapple Sea Cucumber - Sea Cucumbers

Also known as Armoured Sea Cucumber, Giant Sea Cucumber, Pineapple Cucumber, Pointed Teat Sea Cucumber, Prickly Cucumber, Prickly Redfish, Prickly Redfish Sea Cucumber, Prickly Skin Sea Cucumber,.. more

Pink Brittlestar - Sea Stars

Also known as Brittle Sea Star, Brittle Star, Hairy Leather Coral Brittle Star, Serpent Star, Starfish. Found entwined amongst living corals and rubble over coral and rocky reefs. They.. more

Prickly Brittle Star - Sea Stars

Also known as Brittle Sea Star, Exotic Brittle Star, Spiny Brittle Star. Found in the branches of dead and live corals over rubble areas of coral and rocky.. more

Prostrate Urchin - Sea Urchins

Also know as Biscuit Urchin, Cake Urchin, Heart Urchin, Sand Dollar, Sea Biscuit. Found singly or in vast numbers during the day buried, partially buried or on the.. more

Purple Sea Star - Sea Stars

Also known as Purple Starfish, Red Starfish, Starfish, Violet Sea Star. Found singly or in groups amongst sand and rubble areas of coral and rocky reefs. They feed.. more

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