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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship HENRY BIGELOW. A flaming box crab, Calappa sp.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship HENRY BIGELOW. Horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the R/V HUGH R. SHARP. Two open sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus, the one with pink is female, the other male.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship HUGH R. SHARP. Belly of a sea mouse. The sea mouse, Aphrodita aculeata, is actually a large marine polychaete worm.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship RONALD H. BROWN. A water strider, an example of the Pleuston community.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship RONALD H. BROWN. A Sargassum pipefish, Sygnathus pelagicus, a cousin of the seahorse. Halobates - the water strider, an example of the Pleuston community.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship RONALD H. BROWN. Drawing of a fireworm by Dave Grant.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Mermaid's purse, the egg case from a skate or ray.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A pencil urchin serving as habitat for numerous barnacles.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. An arrow worm seen under the microscope.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A hyperiid, part of a suborder of amphipods, seen under the microscope.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE. A copepod. These images were obtained with a high-powered microscope with an internal camera.
American Samoa, offshore 2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE. Copepod. These images were obtained with a high-powered microscope with an internal camera.
American Samoa, offshore 2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE. A copepod and a small jellyfish captured in a plankton tow.
American Samoa, offshore 2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Juvenile squid, approximately 2cm long. They are nearly transparent.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A juvenile Giant Pacific octopus, only 1 cm wide, complete with 2 huge eyes, and 8 perfect legs.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. An Atka mackerel being readied for study.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Arrowtooth flounder.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A type of rockfish.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A type of rockfish.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A lone pollock caught in a trawl.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. An Atka mackerel.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Flounder.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Mouth and teeth of an arrowtooth flounder.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A sunstar.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Jason Moeller holding a black sunstar.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A basket star.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Barnacles on a rock in the intertidal zone of Kodiak Island.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Bones and vertebrae in a tidepool.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Krill obtained in a net tow.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Juvenile fish obtained in a net tow.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Krill being readied for further study.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE. Following a net tow, captured crustaceans are sorted into a tray and counted, measured volume (ml), and weighed (g).
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE. A juvenile lobster captured in the Cobb trawl net.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the R/V HUGH R.SHARP. A mass of moon snail eggs.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) on the sorting table. Various age groups are seen here, including one that is 70cm long and may be over 12-years old. Most are 2-4-year olds.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship NANCY FOSTER. Batfish
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A snowy grouper, "black coral" whips, and red algae and other biota.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Spiny lobster hiding in rock. His coloration helps hide him.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A scorpion fish is seen in front of diodogorgia coral.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A gaggle of lionfish off the coast of South Carolina. Can you tell how many lionfish are in this image? Lionfish are an invasive species that is displacing indigenous species.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Lionfish off the coast of South Carolina.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. White Lophelia pertusa coral, small brownish red anemones, and an orange venus flytrap anemone adorn this section of a shipwreck off the North Carolina coast.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. White and peach colored anemones on an artificial reef off the North Carolina coast.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. An artificial reef.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Sand tilefish make their burrows in the cobbles under the sand.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Spider crabs on a sandy bottom.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Well-camouflaged flounder on a sandy bottom.
2012

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