Pink to gray body. 5 large, stiff rays.
Blue-gray coloration with red or orange markings. Five arms.
10 tentacles of equal size. Orange body with rows of brown tube feet.
Mottled brown-red body. Light cream underside. Circle of 20 bushy feeding tentacles at one end.
Pink to orange coloration. Found in areas of high current attached to rocks.
Feathery branches make up the top half of the Sea Pen. The bottom half is buried in the sand. The sea pen can retreat completely into the sand.
Hard limestone cup. Anemone-like creature has nearly-transparent tentacles with obvious nodules containing nematocysts.
Its transparent bell, usually pink or purple, ends in a scalloped rim. Pale white tentacles extend up to 9 m (30 ft). Also commonly known as Lion’s Mane Jellyfish.
Bell is scalloped into 8 pairs of lobes. Short marginal tentacles.
Long yellow tentacles have pink-red tips. Tentacles appear banded with pink and yellow coloration.