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Especially common in bays & harbors where phytoplankton is abundant. The worm's body occupies a flexible
formed by adhesion of silt from the water column. The feathery
feeding crown has two lobes, varies in color, and attains 5 inches in
diameter. Formerly known as Sabellastarte sanctijosephi.
Hawaii & the