Previous Ochre Stars
12 of 48 from Mudge Island

Pisaster ochraceus (Ochre Star)

These stars were the most common on the beach. I believe Piaster ochraceus is the most robust star when it comes to being left high and dry on the beach - they are always the first to be seen.

Camera: Nikon F100
Date: Saturday, May 22nd, 2004
Film: Fuji Velvia 50 (slide)
Lens: 28-70mm f/2.8 ED-IF AF-S Zoom-Nikkor
Photographer: John Harvey
Region: North America, Canada, British Columbia
Scientific Name: species related to Pisaster ochraceus (Ochre Star)
Tag: tide pool, sea star
Larger image: 2000 x 1333
Raw image: 3711 x 2474

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