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Ectopleura crocea, also known as Ectopleura crocea in the scientific community, is commonly referred to as the pink-hearted hydroid, or the pink-mouthed clustered hydroid. It lives mainly in the northwest Atlantic ocean, including the area around New England, though it can be found from New Brunswick to Florida. In the Chesapeake Bay, Ectopleura crocea is limited to the mouth of the bay and is most prevalent in the summer(WDFW 2001; Lippson 1984; Collins 1981 )

Biogeographic Regions: atlantic ocean (Native )


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