Introduction: Toothed feather-hydroids (Aglaophenia pluma) are a series of straight, plumed, unbranched stems supported on a root-like base. Found in intertidal waters up to 100m.
Diet: Roast beef, Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli and gravy.
Colouration: Yellow stems.
Breeding: Reproductive cells are protected in a tiny pine-cone looking affair called a corbula.
Max size: 30mm.
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