Also known as Compound Ascidian, Sea Squirt, Tunicate.
Found poking out from rock crevices, ledges and walls, of coral and rocky reefs.
They feed on plankton.
Length - ?cm
Depth - 5-30m
Widespread Indo-West Pacific
Ascidian, also known as tunicates because their bodies are covered by a "tunic" a tough cellulose-like covering.
The other common name is sea squirt because when threatened they sometimes eject a jet of water. Ref: x