Pisaster ochraceous can be found anywhere from Alaska to Baja California. It is most commonly found in the Northeastern Pacific, being that it is a cold-water species. However, it is common in bays all year.
Biogeographic Regions: pacific ocean
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- Multi-Agency Rocky Intertidal Network, 2004. "Pisaster ochraceus (Brandt, 1835): Ochre sea star" (On-line). Multi-Agency Rocky Intertidal Network. Accessed December 26, 2004 at http://www.marine.gov/pisaster.htm.
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