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TA70539-Dr. Candy Stripe Shrimp (Lebbeus grandimanus) lives in association with Crimson Sea Anemone (Cribrinopsis fernaldi), an example of symbiosis. 1 inch long, this shrimp is also called Clown Shrimp, and the anemone also called Snakelock Sea Anemone. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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candy-striped shrimp in Pacific Northwest
TA70539-Dr. Candy Stripe Shrimp (Lebbeus grandimanus) lives in association with Crimson Sea Anemone (Cribrinopsis fernaldi), an example of symbiosis. 1 inch long, this shrimp is also called Clown Shrimp, and the anemone also called Snakelock Sea Anemone. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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