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Smooth Brittle Stars (Ophioderma spp) swept onto the beach following rough weather. Smooth Brittle Stars are echinoderms, have serpentine arms (5), and live in seagrass beds. Fort Myers Beach, Florida.

Smooth Brittle Stars swept onto the beach

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Ed Reschke
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Smooth Brittle Stars (Ophioderma spp) swept onto the beach following rough weather. Smooth Brittle Stars are echinoderms, have serpentine arms (5), and live in seagrass beds. Fort Myers Beach, Florida.
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