white sponge and reddish crinoids

The white sponge in the center of this image is surrounded by reddish crinoids attached to boulders in 160 meters of water. Crinoids are primarily seen attached to the substrate, but on occasion are observed swimming close to the seafloor. Image courtesy of Lewis and Clark 2001, NOAA/OER.

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