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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
Catalog of Images

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Central disk of a large orange beaded sea star.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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An eight-legged orange beaded sea star.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A spiky looking orange brown sea star.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Two similar appearing beaded sea stars - one whitish-pink and the other a brilliant orange red.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A multi-legged orange beaded sea star.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A ten-legged orange-white beaded sea star.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A very large brown and white striped ophiuroid brittle star and a squat lobster Lophelia coral.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A skinny pink brittle star with a small central disk and mouth.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A skinny pink brittle star with its central disk buried in sediment.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Two legs of a brittle star protruding from a hole in the sediment. The central disk is also seen.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A pink brittle star with pentagonal central disk.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A skinny pink brittle star with its central disk buried in sediment.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A brittle star with white legs and an orange central disk doing pushups.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A white sea star surrounded by worm randomly oriented worm tubes.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A pinkish white very robust brittle star or a sea star with relatively skinny legs. A blue bristle worm is on the leg in the upper half of the image and a small crustacean is on the lower left leg.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A sea star with orange spots on a white background with an orderly pattern following its perimeteer.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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The stem of an anemone with a translucent white brittle star at its base.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A red squat lobster on a ledge. Numerous worm tubes are visible and other fauna .
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Squat lobster and worm tubes.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Closeup of a red squat lobster.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A golden crab (Chaceon fenneri)
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A large red and white spotted shrimp with huge eyes
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Up close and personal with the a golden crab (Chaceon fenneri)
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Golden crab (Chaceon fenneri)
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A large red and white spotted shrimp
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A large red and white spotted shrimp
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A very long-legged squat lobster at the entrance to a hole
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A very long-legged squat lobster
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Gastrotychus crab perched among the branches of a black coral (Leiopathes sp.), at 400 meters on the West Florida Escarpment. A differenct crab species is seen at right. Particular species of crab are often found to only live on specific coral species. This coral was serving as habitat for two. Coral-hosted crabs typically feed among the branches of the coral.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A very spiky spider crab living on a black coral bush (Leiopathes sp.). Coral- hosted crabs typically feed among the branches of the coral and have developed appendages for living among coral branches and polyps.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A very spiky spider crab living on a black coral bush (Leiopathes sp.). Coral- hosted crabs typically feed among the branches of the coral and have developed appendages for living among coral branches and polyps.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A large shrimp on a sandy bottom
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A large spotted shrimp and small corals and sponges
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A hermit crab in his spotted snail shell
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A Gastrotychus spider crab in a black coral bush of the Leiopathes type on a shallow scarp on the West Florida Escarpment.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A squat lobster with white and yellow crinoids and small sponges.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A closeup of a squat lobster with brilliant orange legs on a black coral bush.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Golden crab (Chaceon fenneri)
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Small crab with encrusting sponge on carapace on stalk of a sponge.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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A large red shrimp on a sandy bottom. Note its very thin long legs.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Squat lobster peering from a hole in black sediment? rock outcrop?
Gulf of Mexico, North
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White squat lobster on sand covered black sediment? rock outcrop?
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Large shrimp in delicate octocoral bush
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Shrimp in delicate octocoral bush
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Large red shrimp on sandy substrate
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Squat lobster with strange appearing orange eyes
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Squat lobster and tube worm
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Small white hermit crab in white gastropod shell.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Large pycnogonid sea spider (Collosendeis sp.) on a sandy bottom
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Large pycnogonid sea spider (Collosendeis sp.) on a sandy bottom
Gulf of Mexico, North

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