Porpita porpita, 20 May 2014

Porpita porpita, the Blue button;
Volusia county, Florida (20 May 2014).
Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

A cluster of gonozoids (reproducitive zooids) on the underside of a BlueButton’s central float. The long, darker-bluer tentacle you see is one of the dactylozooids (which radiate outward from the disc in good ole’ fashioned tentacle style. 

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