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Biology/Natural History: This species lives mostly buried in the cracks between subtidal cobble. It suspension feeds by extending its buccal tentacles up into the water column. Spawning is from mid March to early May. Females release strands of eggs which later break up. The eggs are about 1/2 mm diameter.


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Source: Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

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