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West Indian Sea Egg

Tripneustes ventricosus

Description:

Some sort of urchin that was about the size of an adult fist, usually found in bunches. Found in Puerto Rico



1 Comment

Rosa Maria
Rosa Maria 5 years ago

Not very sure on this one, but it may be West Indian Sea Eggs.

NickO
Spotted by
NickO

Rincón, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

Lat: 18.34, Long: -67.25

Spotted on Apr 23, 2014
Submitted on May 7, 2014

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