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Glass bell tunicate - Clavelina lepadiformis

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Colonial ascidians, consisting of transparent individuals attached to a single stolon. The individuals are club-shaped and transparent, showing the internal organs. Found on rocky floors, sometimes attached to other organisms, from 3-5 meters deep to 50 meters. Maximum size 6 centimeters.