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

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Two, possibly three octocoral species, a white squat lobster, and a large white sponge.
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An Enallopsammia coral.
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An Enallopsammia coral.
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Various coral species and at least four feather star crinoids on a rock outcrop.
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Closeup of the branches of a small white coral. Red dots mark the location of retracted polyps. This coral is apparently rarely seen as this is either the only or one of the few images showing polyp locations as a red dot on similar type corals.
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Various corals on a plateau at the top of a cliff.
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An odd appearing white octocoral with a white feather star crinoid on its bottom left.
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At least five different species of coral are seen in this image. Yellow Paramuricea, some with large pink brittle stars, appear to be the most common coral in this image although there are also numerous pink Paragorgia corals. The sole black coral visible is an orange "black coral" whip coral in the right foreground.
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A large Paragorgia bush, numerous yellow Paramuricea bushes, and a white bamboo octocoral.
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A large Paragorgia bush, numerous yellow Paramuricea bushes, and a white bamboo octocoral.
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Branch of a Paragorgia sp. with associated brittle stars.
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A beautiful yellow Enallopsammia sp. coral.
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A beautiful yellow Enallopsammia sp. coral.
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Base of a bamboo octocoral.
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Polyps extended on a white octocoral, perhaps a white morph of Paragorgia.
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A bright yellow Enallopsammia sp. coral highlights this image that also contains numerous octorals including a white bamboo whip coral, a pink Paragorgia sp. coral, and small yellow Paramuricea corals.
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A beautiful yellow Enallopsammia sp. coral.
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A Metallogorgia sp. parasol coral with associated brittle star.
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Looking down on the crown of a Metallogorgia sp. parasol coral with associated brittle star. Note the long stalk of the coral.
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Crown of a Metallogorgia sp. parasol coral with associated brittle star.
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A bamboo coral with polyps extended looking somewhat like a candelabraum.
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Parallel branches of bamboo coral.
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A bamboo coral with polyps extended looking somewhat like a candelabraum.
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A bamboo coral with well-defined bands that helps identify the coral type.
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Base of a bamboo coral.
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Two species of "black coral", one a yellow whip coral and the other a blackish gray species. Other small corals can also be seen.
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Two species of "black coral", one a yellow whip coral and the other a blackish gray species.
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A small coral bush in front of a large gray translucent anemone.
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A small Chrysogorgia sp. coral.
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A small Paragorgia coral with polyps extended and a translucent sponge on a small rock extending above the surrounding subtrate.
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A small rock hosting an orange "black coral" whip coral, a small pink Paragorgia sp. coral, and a small translucent sponge.
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An orange "black coral" whip coral.
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A small Paragorgia sp. coral with polyps extended looking somewhat like a candelabraum.
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An Anthomastus coral growing from a small raised rock.
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A lone small Paragorgia sp. coral with polyps extended.
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A small Paragorgia sp. coral with polyps extended.
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An Anthomastus coral growing from a small raised rock.
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A small Paragorgia sp. coral with polyps extended next to wood debris.
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A gray "black coral."
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Iridogorgia sp. coral on a cobble substrate with a large shrimp.
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Iridogorgia sp. coral with a large shrimp.
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Iridogorgia spiraling coral bush.
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Small purple octocorals.
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Stylaster coral.
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Soft coral in a new, recently described family called Aquaumbridae. The white spots at the base of the polyps are actually coral eggs!
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Soft coral in a new, recently described family called Aquaumbridae. The white spots at the base of the polyps are actually coral eggs!
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A rock outcrop with numerous small life forms including small corals, small sponges, cup corals, worm tubes, and a large red shrimp with white bands.
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Small octocoral bushes and some Lophelia pertusa.
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Two species of small white coral, the one on the left definitely an octocoral, in a bed of dead Lophelia pertusa debris. The larger octocoral bush has a few yellow zoanthids attached.
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An extensive bed of Lophelia pertusa debris. What causes these mass die-offs?
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