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

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White ruffled sponge, orange starfish, and pink coral
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 21
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea) at 1257 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 21
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White trumpet sponge.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 21
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White ruffle sponge(Ferrea sp.) blanketed large areas at or near the crest of the seamount; here at 1400 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 21
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Close-up of big white coral (Family Primnoidae) and shrimp at 1570 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Mollusk (Order Nudibranchia) swimming on the flank of Davidson Seamount at 1498 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Mollusk (Order Nudibranchia) swimming on the flank of Davidson Seamount at 1498 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Mollusk (Order Nudibranchia) swimming on the flank of Davidson Seamount at 1498 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Mollusk (Order Nudibranchia) swimming on the flank of Davidson Seamount at 1498 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea) with numerous basket starfish.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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An unidentified cnidarian that resembles a Venus flytrap from the family Hormathiidae.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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An unidentified cnidarian that resembles a Venus flytrap from the family Hormathiidae.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Deep-sea blob sculpin (Psychrolutes phrictus); yellow Picasso sponges, and white ruffle sponge (Ferrea sp.) at 1317 meters.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Deep-sea blob sculpin (Psychrolutes phrictus); yellow Picasso sponges, and white ruffle sponge (Ferrea sp.) at 1317 meters.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 22
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Brittle stars on black coral bush
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 23
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White mushroom sponge (Caulophacus sp.)
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 23
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White mushroom sponge (Caulophacus sp.)
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 23
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea) growing on a large sponge.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 23
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea) growing next to a white trumpet sponge.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 23
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Yellow ruffle sponge
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 23
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Instrumented fish trap
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Yellow Picasso sponge (Staurocalyptus sp.)
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Jellyfish (Tiburonia granrojo) - a new species described by MBARI and JAMSTEC researchers. This species grows up to 1 meter in diameter.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral, yellow picasso sponge, and basket stars
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Basalt rocks covered by raining sediment. Appears to have sparse life in this area but look closely and many marine life forms are apparent.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Basket stars,and clam shells. Where did the clam shells come from on Davidson Seamount?
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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A blob sculpin (Psychrolutes phrictus).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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A blob sculpin (Psychrolutes phrictus).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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A blob sculpin (Psychrolutes phrictus).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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White ruffle sponge and white coral. Numerous brown shrimp
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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A white starfish, white coral, and white ruffle sponge. Brownish-red shrimp.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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A very prickly crab
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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A very prickly crab
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Red vermillion crab (Paralomis verrilli) dangling off a yellow picasso sponge (Staurocalyptus sp.); amidst a white ruffle sponge (Farrea sp.); white branched sponges (Asbestopluma sp.) shrimp; brittle stars; and an isopod at 1360 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Red vermillion crab (Paralomis verrilli) dangling off a yellow picasso sponge (Staurocalyptus sp.); amidst a white ruffle sponge (Farrea sp.); white branched sponges (Asbestopluma sp.) shrimp; brittle stars; and an isopod at 1360 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Red vermillion crab (Paralomis verrilli) at 1360 meters water depth.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubble gum coral (Paragorgia arborea) and small blue scale worms (Family Polynoidae) which were often associated with this type of coral.
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18
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Bubblegum coral (Paragorgia arborea).
California, Davidson Seamount 2002 May 18

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