Juvenile Tritonia festiva (right center) next to contracted polyps of
Cryptophyton goddardi Williams, 2000 (center) on the underside of an
intertidal boulder at Cape Arago, Oregon. The polyps are 3 mm in diameter.
The colonial ascidian Metandrocarpa taylori is present at lower left. Three
species of encrusting sponges, each eaten by different nudibranch species,
are also visible.
Photo couresty of Dr. Jeff Goddard
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