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Diving blog highlighting all the amazing under water creatures and beauty. Discover Belize’s newest and largest Marine Reserve and most biologically-diverse coral atoll in the Western Hemisphere with Turneffe Flats Diving team.


Nick Barker


Brittle Star (Ophiothrix suensoni)

Brittle stars are echinoderms in the class Ophiuroidea, closely related to starfish. The arms measure up to 5 inches long and the central disc up to 1 inch in diameter. Primarily nocturnal, the beautiful brittle star is plentiful at Turneffe Atoll and we often see them in and around sponges. A recent study has revealed that brittle stars move in a very unique way- they do not move according to a central axis. Rather, they move perpendicular to it using one of their whip-like limbs to point the way. To change direction, brittle stars simply use a different limb to point the way and move accordingly with the other four limbs.