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Sea Spider - Pycnogonum stearnsi

Sea Spider - Pycnogonum stearnsi
Mendocino County, California, USA
November 29, 2013
Size: ~ 9 mm

Looks squishy..
Wonder what it would taste like !

That's creepy...
That's creepy...

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Moved from Pantopoda.
That appears to be the only option in your area. The other California species, Pycnogonum rickettsi, is found from Marin County to Monterey, and it evidently looks pretty different--both species are pictured at the bottom of this page.

Sea Spider
I believe this is Pycnogonum stearnsi

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In this class?

Awesome!!
I'm jealous.

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