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You get better information if you search for Pleurobrachia, but if I put it under the common name, maybe that will improve the s.g. information a bit... I don't knw whether the tentacle sheaths (orange things) contain tentacles (maybe _those_ are the orange things!) or they abraded away and there's just random whatever in there now.

Anyway, I see them now and then, and there were hundreds yesterday.

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