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Closeup image of a colony of strawberry coral polyps
Courtesy NOAA Photo Archive
  Image 4-23
Strawberry Coral

Strawberry coral is actually a colony of small anemones that grow together on the rocks of the reef. Their tentacles are tipped with a small, round growth. This has earned them the nickname of club-tipped anemones. This coral is found in the eastern Pacific Ocean from California to Canada.

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