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Phymanthea pluvia


An orange Anemone next to a Heliaster helianthus.
Phymanthea pluvia resembles Phymactis papillosa but the color is not varying, brownish-orange, yellowish-orange, with paler apexes of large crowded columnar vesicles.


The species is distributed from Peru to Central Chile. Found in the intertidal zone.

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Caldera, III Región de Atacama, Chile

Spotted on Nov 22, 2012
Submitted on Dec 28, 2012


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