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

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Two Shaefer's anglerfish (Sladenia shaefersi). A rare image of two of this species of fish in the same area.
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Two Shaefer's anglerfish (Sladenia shaefersi). A rare image of two of this species of fish in the same area.
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Three Shaefer's anglerfish (Sladenia shaefersi). A rare image of three of this species of fish in the same area. The fins resting on a rock pedestal of the third fish is seen in the upper right.
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Closeup of the head of a Shaefer's anglerfish (Sladenia shaefersi.
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A species of tripod fish
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A species of tripod fish
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A species of tripod fish
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A large cusk eel leaving the bottom.
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A cusk eel.
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A species of tripod fish
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A black grenadier
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Coryphaenoides rupestris
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A species of tripod fish
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A grenadier
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An unknown fish with light organs on its head.
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An unknown fish with light organs on its head.
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Halosaur sp.
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A species of tripod fish.
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A cusk eel seen from behind.
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Lobate ctenophore displaying bioluminescence
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Lobate ctenophore displaying bioluminescence
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Lobate ctenophore displaying bioluminescence
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A beautiful little comb jelly
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A beautiful little comb jelly
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Bell-shaped gelatinous organism. These are common but what are they? Possibly discarded mucous larvacean "houses" sinking to the bottom.
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Bell-shaped gelatinous organism. These are common but what are they? Possibly discarded mucous larvacean "houses" sinking to the bottom.
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Bell-shaped gelatinous organism. These are common but what are they? Possibly discarded mucous larvacean "houses" sinking to the bottom.
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Bell-shaped gelatinous organism. These are common but what are they? Possibly discarded mucous larvacean "houses" sinking to the bottom.
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Strange appearing material. Biological origin? Trash in the water column?
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A swimming polychaete worm
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With the exception of the pink structure, this gelatinous creature is nearly invisible. Probably a type of ctenophore.
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With the exception of the pink structure, this gelatinous creature is nearly invisible. Probably a type of ctenophore.
Gulf of Mexico, North
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Bacterial mat at cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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White and gray material characteristic of cold seep sites in the Gulf of Mexico.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Large vestimentiferan tube worms at cold seep site. The smaller tube worms appear to be a different species, perhaps serpulid tube worms. Small white zoanthids with tentacles extended are seen throughout the image except on the white area.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Large vestimentiferan tube worm and possible serpulid tube worms at a cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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A vestimentiferan tube worm and smaller serpulid tube worms at a cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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A grenadier and an eel pout at a patch of microbial material at a cold seep.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Patches of microbial material at a cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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White microbial material at a cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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A patch of microbial materia. Bubbles of methane gas are seen in the center lower right of this image at a cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Live large bathymodiolus mussels, at least one large tube worm, red crabs ( Chaceon quinquedens), and white squat lobsters.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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A closeup of the cold seep site in image expl8260 revealing more white squat lobsters, a few large shrimp, and what appear to be barnacles covering some of the mussels.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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White squat lobsters and filaments of microbial material at a cold seep site covering rock material and a broken mussel shell.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Cold seep site with large bathymodiolus mussels, white squat lobsters, and tube worms. White bacterial material is covering some of the mussels and fuzzy filaments cover part of the carbonate rock outcrop.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Numerous white shrimp living within a bathymodiolus mussel bed at a cold seep site.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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White translucent shrimp living within a bed of bathymodiolus mussels at a cold seep site. A zoarcid fish peers out from between mussels on the left center edge of the image. Small circular white objects are seen on some of the mussels.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Bathymodiolus mussels and a red crab seen at a cold seep. The live mussels are covered with furry appearing microbial material. Piles of what appears to be fecal material are in the center of the image.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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Eel pouts at a cold seep. A single red crab (Chaceon quinquedens) is also seen.
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12
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A cold seep site with large holes and dark brown stained rock and sediment. What caused this?
Gulf of Mexico, Biloxi Dome 2012 April 12

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