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

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A white amphipod.
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Small white barnacles on a rock outcrop.
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A white squat lobster with orange eyes.
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Small white barnacles with cirri extended on a rock outcrop.
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Small white barnacles with cirri extended on a rock outcrop.
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A white squat lobster with orange eyes.
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A white squat lobster with orange eyes.
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A red swimming shrimp.
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A pycnogonid sea spider feeding on a hydroid. Its proboscis is extended into the hydroid.
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A pycnogonid sea spider feeding on a hydroid.
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An orange squat lobster with white and orange eyes.
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A pycnogonid sea spider eating something that it is holding with its proboscis.
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Appears to be a red mysid shrimp (Gnathophausia sp.). Its pleopods ( swimmerets) are plainly visible.
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A large red lithodid crab feeding on a pancake urchin.
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A large red lithodid crab feeding on a pancake urchin. Green algae and small tube worms with tentacles extended appear to be living in a commensal relationship with the crab.
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A pycnogonid sea spider on a silty seafloor.
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A pycnogonid sea spider on a silty seafloor. Its feeding organism is its proboscis seen here. It is the wide orange organism extending down towards the seafloor.
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A very dirty squat lobster. This covering with dirt seems to be common behavior with this species of squat lobster. See images expn3022 and expn3023.
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What appears to be a small white crustacean adhering to the leg of this pycnogonid sea spider. What is the relationship between these two creatures. Is the small white creature destined to be dinner?
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A pycnogonid sea spider on a vertical canyon wall crawling over cup corals.
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Nudibranchs? on a dead coral bush.
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A xenophyophore - a large single-celled life form.
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What has caused the odd sediment trail in the vicinity of this xenophyophore?
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A beautiful nudibranch crossing in front of a bobtail squid.
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A beautiful stalked hydroid.
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The base of the stalk of the hydroid seen in image expn3074.
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Mossy appearing material on canyon wall in vicinity of cup coral die off.
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Numerous xenophyophores seen on the flat. What caused the round sediment filled area in the bottom center of the image with some iron staining.
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A field of xenophyophores.
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A field of xenophyophores.
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A field of xenophyophores.
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A field of xenophyophores near a large fish skeleton.
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A bristle worm on a pebble and sand bottom.
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A tunicate? (left) and a sponge (right).
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A small white octocoral. Are the branched fauna a stage in the development of this coral?
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A shell (urchin?) and a xenophyophore on top of a brittle star. Did the brittle star burrow underneath the xenophyophore? Note the small stalked crinoid to the left of the shell.
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Closeup of the shell in image expn3085. Notice the nearly invisble stalked crinoid in the upper left.
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A hydroid waving in the current.
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A hydroid waving in the current.
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A tubeworm with tentacles extended.
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An odd translucent life-form. Is this a sponge? Other life forms are encrusting sponges, a few tube worms, a pink brittle star on a small sponge, a small anemone, and odd legs protruding from holes in the carbonate rock above the pink brittle star.
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A white oval sponge? with a raised appendage, a small urchin, two brittle stars, and a nearly invisible anemone in the bottom center.
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A fat pink knobby nudibranch?
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Pellets - probably some form of excrement. Why the brown bubble like appearance to some of the pellets though?
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A hydroid with its tentacles waving in the current. Are the crater-like objects the remains of encrusting sponges?
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A hydroid with its tentacles waving in the current.
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A hydroid with its tentacles waving in the current. a small brittle star is to the left in the image.
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What are the long brown animals? Worms? Eels? Are they eating the Paragorgia recruits?
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A colorful oasis on the canyon wall with white sponges, gold-colored coral, a red anthomastus coral, and pink brittle stars on the sponge in the right of the image.
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Large brisingid starfish, small purple octocorals, cup corals, and a pink octoral bush, all growing on a stalk of dead bamboo coral. A "black" coral bush is in the upper left.
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