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Old 02-07-2010, 11:30 PM   #1
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Lima Scabra - Bivalve Filter Feeder

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‘Lima scabra’Music, Video, and Aquarium2010 Morphologic StudiosLima scabra is a common resident on Floridian and Caribbean reefs where it can be found wedged in crevices, with only its long tentacles extending out into the water column. Usually these tentacles are crimson red (as seen in the specimen above), although they are occasionally white in [...]

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