Object name: WBL400
The galaxy trio of WBL 400 was suggested to me by Sakib Rasool as a group of slightly interacting galaxies. The group is located in western Canes Venatici about 315 million light-years from our galaxy. The southern galaxy is a Sa spiral with two very different arms as if something has churned things up greatly. The red northern elliptical has an odd bar running through it from the north-northeast to the south-southwest making it look almost like it is a combination of a disk and elliptical galaxy. On the other hand, the eastern Sa spiral is rather normal looking though the western arm is more drawn out than the eastern. So there are hints of interaction with each other but who disturbed who I can't say.