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

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A large red shrimp in a depression with what appears to be small coral stalks. The shrimp's antennae appear huge relative to the shrimp.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Perhaps a small stalked coral with a single polyp at the tip of its stalk.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A closeup of a large red shrimp with relatively huge antennae.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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An orange venus flytrap anemone.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A white snail shell in the vicinity of what appears to be a chemically or biologically discolored seep area.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A crinoid with arms extended. The red dots are 10-cm apart. Thus this animal is approximately 30 cm (1 foot) across. The associated shrimp is a little less than 10 cm in length.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Closup of the center of the crinoid in expl8005. Note the "legs' below the central area that provide mobility for the flower-like animal.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Crinoid, shrimp, and crab-eating shrimp ? (shrimp-eating crab?) odd animal? in left bottom of image.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A squat lobster (Muidopsis sp.) on a rock outcrop at the base of a large anemone with a white column.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Two red anthomastus octocorals, a squat lobster (Munidopsis sp.), and a large anemone with a white column on a rock outcrop. Can you find the shrimp on the large red anthomastus octocoral?
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Three red anthomastus octocorals, a squat lobster (Munidopsis sp.), and a large anemone with a white column on a rock outcrop. Can you find the shrimp on the large red anthomastus octocoral? There are tube worms in the lower left corner and what appear to be barnacles between the large anthomastus corals.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Looking directly into the mouth of a large anemone on a black rock outcrop. A small squat lobster, red anthomastus corals, and a red shrimp can be seen in this image. The stirred up sediment is probably the result of the ROV Little Hercules contacting the bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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What seems to be a random rock on a sand and mud bottom with a large orange anemone and at least one shrimp.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A large orange anemone, a pretty pink octocoral, and a delicate pink hermit crab in a white shell. Web-like strands of material are in the background.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A stout white holothurian seemingly immobile on a mud bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A stout white holothurian seemingly immobile on a mud bottom. The red laser points of light are 10 cm apart, showing this holothurian to be about 25 cm in length.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Yellow encrusting sponge on a black rock outcrop.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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Apparently a fossil rock on an outcrop. Delicate hydrozoans in the upper left and a single shrimp peaking at Little Hercules from the bottom left center.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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White vase sponges, an orange anemone, a red shrimp, tube worms and other biota on a black rock outcrop.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A white sponge and a red shrimp on a rock outcrop.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A white holothurian on a sand and mud bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 24
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A glass sponge with a large brittle star wrapped about it on a rocky bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A large reddish brown crinoid on a mud (shale?) bottom. A second small white crinoid is hardly visible in the lower right corner.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Arms of a crinoid, a squat lobster, and an orange brown anemone on a rock outcrop. Perhaps the white staining is related to a cold seep.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A translucent bluish-gray sponge on a rock outcrop.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Wood with a white gastropod encapsulated in a mud mound. How did this occur? Squat lobsters are using openings at the bottom of the mound for homes.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Wood with a white gastropod encapsulated in a mud mound. How did this occur? Is this from a landslide or some other phenomenon?
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A large white anemone with a yellow column.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A reddish brown crinoid on a rock outcrop? viscous mud?
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Sedimentary layers of mud. Is the white material of animal or mineral origin?
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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An odd circular disk with two holes in the middle. What caused this? Area is strangely devoid of life forms relative to other areas in the Gulf of Mexico.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Sedimentary layers of mudstone or shale.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A red swimming holothurian over a cream-colored sediment bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A red swimming holothurian over a cream-colored sediment bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A red swimming holothurian seen against the backdrop of the darkness of the abyss.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A red swimming holothurian over a cream-colored sediment bottom.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A fairly whimpy looking white crinoid on a brown mud and sand bottom. Perhaps a juvenile.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A fairly whimpy looking white crinoid on a brown mud and sand bottom. Perhaps a juvenile.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A colony of magnicent stalked hydroids with translucent stalks and peach colored . Tubularia sp.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A colony of magnicent stalked hydroids with translucent stalks and peach colored . Tubularia sp.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A colony of magnicent stalked hydroids with translucent stalks and peach colored . Tubularia sp.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A crinoid and large barnacles on a solitary coral stalk
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Closeup of a crinoid and large barnacle on a solitary coral stalk
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Tip of a coral stalk with small hydroids and a large barnacle.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Paramuricea corals with associated brittle stars on blocks of rock or solidified mud.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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A black crinoid dominates this image. Top of a coral bush is seen with small hydroids while a large hermit crab in a small white gastropod shell is seen at bottom center.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Complete view of woodfallwith orange and white anemones, white sponges, two crinoids, some white tubeworms, and other biota.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Woodfall with large orange anemone, clear white zoanthids, a beautiful crinoid in the right center of the image, and the base of a glass sponge in the upper center.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Woodfall with large orange anemone, clear white zoanthids, a beautiful crinoid in the right center of the image, and the base of a glass sponge in the upper center.
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25
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Translucent swimming holothurian
Gulf of Mexico, North 2012 April 25

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