provided by British Antarctic Survey
Small (a few cm) and usually orange or red with a stalk. The test is covered in fine hairs..
2013 times added
Found below about 10m around the Antarctic Peninsula and Continent. Ecology: This is an uncommon ascidian and very little is known about it. It has been found growing on other, larger species of ascidians, such as Ascidia challengeri.
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