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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Sargassum swimming crab. Note his paddle-shaped feet.
2013 May 25
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MOCNESS sampling device on deck.
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Neuston tow on surface.
2013
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NOAA divers cut a Hawaiian green sea turtle free from a derelict fishing net during a recent mission to collect marine debris in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
2012
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NOAA collected nearly 50 metric tons of amrine debris, which threatens monk seals, sea turtles, and other marine life in the coral reef ecosystem in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
2012
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The beach at Kanapou Bay collects debris from throughout the Pacific Ocean. The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources will continue organizing cleanups to remove debris from beaches in Kaho'olawe supported by NOAA funding.
2006 September 9
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Scientists load boats with marine debris collected at Midway Atoll in Papahanamokuakea Marine National Monument.
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Scalloped hammerhead shark
2005 March 16
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Monitoring stream water quality
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Triceratum favus (probably) from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Micro cricket. Ball and bat diatoms. The bat is probably a Licmophora sp. Found in the Bay of Villefranche.
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Hemiaulus hauckii from the Bay of Villefranche. The inset shows a dividing cell .
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Chaetoceros atlanticus from the far northwestern Pacific.
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Star stick diatom.
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Amundsen Sea diatom valve, Asteromphalus sp.
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Antarctic diatom Corethron from the Amundsen Sea.
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Asterolampra marylandica from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Auliscus sculptus from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Rhizosolenia sima forma silicea. According to Leanne Armand of Macquarie University this is the winger cell of this species acquired in the Amundsen Sea.
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Pleurosigma strigossum (probably) from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Stick star diatom. Probably Thalassionema frauenfeldi. From the Bay of Villefranche.
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Sun diatom. Specimen of Planktoniella sol from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Trigonium species from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Trigonium formosum from the Bay of Villefranche.
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Diatom tower found in the Bay of Villefranche.
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Ceratocorys sp. Possibly Ceratocorys horrida from Bay of Villefranche.
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Pair of Dinophysis caudata.
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Ornithocercus splendidus from the Ionian Sea at 75 m depth.
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Ornithocercus magnificus from the Bay of Villefranche. The little orange balls are symbiotic cyanobacteria.
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Pair of toxic dinoflagellates. Dinophysis from the SW Pacific.
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Pyrocystis lunula.
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Ornithocercus heteroporus (probably).
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White whip (black) coral.
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Brown algae - Stypopodium sp.
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A reddish orange anemone or Corallimorpharia
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A blue-spotted cornet fish.
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A grey triggerfish in its nest.
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A jackknife fish.
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A pride of lionfish.
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Tomtate in the foreground on a bottom with numerous small organisms.
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A loggerhead turtle dominates this scene with spotfin hogfish and blue angelfish .
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Moray eel.
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Oculina coral is the dominant life form in this image.
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Oculina coral, Stichopathes sp. whip "black" coral, and other "black" corals.
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Pink oculina coral, a very robust brown and white banded brittle star, and orange grading to yellow orange feather star crinoid and orange to red sponges dominate this image.
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White oculina coral, a number of fish species including a butterfly fish and lion fish at the top of the image, and orange and red sponges.
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A large orange starfish Tethyaster grandis.
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Red gorgonian coral, Nicella sp. ?
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A red trumpetfish.
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A rock hind grouper.

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