A specimen of the Seastar Astropecten aranciacus (syn. aurantiacus), caught off the Mediterranean coast of Israel, contained 198 complete specimens of Timoclea ovata and 2 specimens of Chamalea gallina. Most probably this feast took place at a depth of 50-60 m according to the zones in which these three marine creatures live off the coast of Israel. According to this case of predation Timoclea ovata seems to form at that depth almost a monoculture.