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Starfish Wasting Syndrome Observations

Starfish Wasting Syndrome Observations

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Starfish Wasting Syndrome Observations
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lightworkerpeace

Website 12 participants 5 spottings

Please read this: http://www.eeb.ucsc.edu/pacificrockyintertidal/data-products/sea-star-wasting/updates.html Whether it is the result of a single virus, a combination of viruses and bacteria, the impacts of ocean acidification and pollution (including recent radation), starfish are showing blatant signs of disease. Some have lesions and others are losing their "arms." If you find one and you're concerned, please add an image of the top side of the star fish and an underside photo too. Please share this.

Starfish Wasting Syndrome Observations

Lat: 40.80 Long: -124.16

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