Biscuit starfish

Vermilion Biscuit Sea Star, also referred as Equal Arm Star, is bright red having web-like pattern throughout the external parts.

They are commonly found along the coast, where tides are at their lowest. It is capable of moving anywhere between 20-47 centimetres per minute.

The habitat of Vermilion Biscuit Sea Star is generally on mud, rocks and shells, commonly found in southern parts of California.
Wonderful image. Fav.
posted December 3rd, 2017  
This lovely, just lovely
posted December 3rd, 2017  
What an amazing sea creature, I've never heard of these. It doesn't look real!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Great reflection too !!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Beautiful find !!!!!!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
It is stunning as is your photo! Love the bright orange color and the reflections. Fav.
posted December 3rd, 2017  
A beautiful image :)
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Super composition, clarity, reflections
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Wow! Fav
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Wonderful capture and great reflections. Fav!! 😀
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Absolutely lovely in every detail
posted December 3rd, 2017  
It stands out so beautifully against the grey rock. Love the way all the tones in the reflection are duller/muted - it's really pretty!
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Brilliant capture with the great reflection.
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Wonderful photo Julianne! Wonderful subject, wonderful focus and wonderful reflections.
posted December 4th, 2017  
stunning
posted December 4th, 2017  
Great shot.
posted December 5th, 2017  
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