A small pentagonal shaped seastar with a variable body pattern and colouring the tips of each arm are dark in colour.
This is a lesser seen member of this family of seastars and as such little is known about it.
What habitats does Meridiastra atyphoida live in?
Under-surface of rocks, to depth of 59 m
What is the distribution of Meridiastra atyphoida?
Southern Australia including around Tasmania
How big does Meridiastra atyphoida grow?
Centre to arm tip up to 2 cm
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