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Algae chloroplasts.

Algae chloroplasts that are consumed by sea slugs (e.g. Elysia, Tridachia) with their food and sequestered inside their bodies. The chloroplasts remain photosynthetically active for a certain time, during which they provide their “host” with the products of photosynthesis.