The Vase Tunicate (Ciona intestinalis) is a species of sea squirt widely distributed in Northern European waters.
Pyrosoma atlanticum is a species of colonial tunicate found in temperate waters worldwide, usually between 50°N and 50°S.
The Sea Pineapple (Halocynthia roretzi) is an edible species of tunicate.
Phallusia nigra is a species of sea squirt (tunicate) found in tropical seas around the world.
The Painted Tunicate (Clavelina picta) is a species of sea squirt (tunicate) in the genus Clavelina (known as “little bottles.”).
The Red-sea Squirt (Halocyntia papillosa) is a species of sea squirt (tunicate) that are sometimes referred to as sea peaches.
Sea Pork (Aplidium californicum) is a species of sea squirt (tunicate) in the Polyclinidae family.
The Stalked Ascidian (Clavelina robusta), is a species of sea squirt in the genus Clavelina (little bottles).
The Stalked Tunicate (Styela montereyensis), also known as the Monterey Stalked Tunicate or the Long-stalked Sea Squirt, is a species of solitary ascidian tunicate that occurs from Vancouver Island to Baja California in the Pacific Ocean and some inl...
The Star Ascidian (Botryllus schlosseri), also known as the Golden Star Tunicate, is a species of invasive ascidian tunicate which can be found almost throughout the world’s oceans.
The Bluebell Tunicate (Clavelina moluccensis), also known as the Blue Bell Tunicate or Blue Sea Squirt, is a species of tunicate of the genus Clavelina (little bottles).
The White-spotted Sea Squirt (Pycnoclavella diminuta), also known as the White-spotted Ascidian or White-spot Ascidian, is a species of tunicate found in the Indian and West Pacific oceans, and found along Australia, Lord Howe Island, New Caledonia, In...
A salp is a barrel-shaped, free-floating tunicate (any living organism which has a saclike body enclosed in a thick membrane or tunic with two openings or siphons for the ingress and egress of water). It moves by contracting which pumps water through i...