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

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A red jellyfish.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T122537Z
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A red jellyfish with nearly invisible trailing tentacles.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T122711Z
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A red jellyfish with nearly invisible trailing tentacles.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T122800Z
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Unknown. Perhaps the same sort of animal as seen in image expn3492.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T135504Z
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A hydromedusa, seen just above the seafloor along the west wall of Mona Canyon. This animal was observed at over 3900 meters depth. Genus Crossota.
Puerto Rico, West wall Mona Canyon 3900 meters 20150413T145036Z
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A hydromedusa, seen just above the seafloor along the west wall of Mona Canyon. This animal was observed at over 3900 meters depth. Genus Crossota.
Puerto Rico, West wall Mona Canyon 3900 meters 20150413T145105Z
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A hydromedusa, seen just above the seafloor along the west wall of Mona Canyon. This animal was observed at over 3900 meters depth. Genus Crossota.
Puerto Rico, West wall Mona Canyon 3900 meters 20150413T145130Z
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A hydromedusa, seen at just over 3900 m and just above the seafloor along the west wall of Mona Canyon. Clearly seen in this closeup are two sets of tentacles :an inner ring of short tentacles and a longer set of tentacles originating from bottom edge of the bell. Red canals running from the edge of the bell to the top of the bell and uniquely shaped gonads suggest the Genus Crossota.
Puerto Rico, West wall Mona Canyon 3900 meters 20150413T145245Z
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A hydromedusa, seen at just over 3900 m and just above the seafloor along the west wall of Mona Canyon.
Puerto Rico, West wall Mona Canyon 3900 meters 20150413T145437Z
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A hydromedusa, seen at just over 3900 m and just above the seafloor along the west wall of Mona Canyon. Clearly seen in this closeup are two sets of tentacles :an inner ring of short tentacles and a longer set of tentacles originating from bottom edge of the bell. Red canals running from the edge of the bell to the top of the bell and uniquely shaped gonads suggest the Genus Crossota.
Puerto Rico, West wall Mona Canyon 3900 meters 20150413T145644Z
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This ctenophore is characterized by its jet black pigmentation.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T154446Z
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This ctenophore is characterized by its jet black pigmentation.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T154528Z
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A small red jellyfish.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T170239Z
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A teensy brownish-black jellyfish.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T170329Z
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A brownish-black jellyfish.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T193535Z
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A translucent jellyfish with tentacles extended looking somewhat like an alien creature.
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon 800 meters 20150414T134808Z
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A larvacean house?
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon 800 meters 20150414T135344Z
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A siphonophore.
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon 1000 meters 20150414T135551Z
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An arrow-like animal. A squid? Similar to animal in expn3544.
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon 1000 meters 20150414T142929Z
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A halosaur seen in the distance.
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon approx. 1100 m 20150414T143834Z
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A red swimming shrimp.
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon approx. 1100 m 20150414T143937Z
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A siphonophore.
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon approx. 1600 m 20150414T145640Z
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A strange dandelion siphonophore.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 2100 m 20150416T120101Z
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A reddish-brown jellyfish with a purple lining to its bell.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 2100 m 20150416T120958Z
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Appears to be a coronate jellyfish with a single hypertrophied tentacle extending behind the open bell. Genus Atolla.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T150654Z
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A beautiful jellyfish seen in the distance.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T150717Z
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Cup coral? anemone? Jellyfish? surrounding the red body are nearly invisible translucent tentacles arranged symmetrically about the animal.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T162303Z
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A closer view doesn't help much. Perhaps it is a red jelly being eaten by an anemone with translucent tentacles and the jelly is completing covering the central portion of the anemone.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T172620Z
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A dandelion siphonophore.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T175150Z
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A small jelly of the same species as expn3523. Although the purple lining is not as prominent as in the other image, it is still there.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T204918Z
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A pretty translucent jelly that is less than 10 cm across.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 850 meters 20150427T173424Z
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A siphonophore with a strange appearing left end.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 900 meters 20150427T191735Z
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A salp? A lobate ctenophore?
Exocet Seamount 800 meters 20150428T113042Z
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A coronate jellyfish of the genus Atolla seen during an 800-meter transect. This coronate jellyfish had a single "hypertrophied" tentacle extending behind the open bell.
Exocet Seamount 800 meters 20150428T113304Z
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A coronate jellyfish of the genus Atolla seen during an 800-meter transect. This coronate jellyfish had a single "hypertrophied" tentacle extending behind the open bell.
Exocet Seamount 800 meters 20150428T113417Z
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The science team was initially unable to identify this strange-looking sunburst organism. However, the team believes it to be foraminifera.
Exocet Seamount 900 meters 20150428T114536Z
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The science team was initially unable to identify this strange-looking sunburst organism. However, the team believes it to be foraminifera.
Exocet Seamount 900 meters 20150428T114736Z
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A hairy looking siphonophore.
Exocet Seamount 1000 meters 20150428T120127Z
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A hairy looking siphonophore.
Exocet Seamount 1000 meters 20150428T120310Z
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Larvacean house?
Exocet Seamount 1000 meters 20150428T120505Z
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Strange four tentacled jellyfish with ability to bend tentacles at near right angles.
Exocet Seamount 1100 meters 20150428T121343Z
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Strange four tentacled jellyfish with ability to bend tentacles at near right angles.
Exocet Seamount 1100 meters 20150428T121425Z
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Strange four tentacled jellyfish with ability to bend tentacles at near right angles.
Exocet Seamount 1100 meters 20150428T121523Z
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Strange four tentacled jellyfish with ability to bend tentacles at near right angles.
Exocet Seamount 1100 meters 20150428T121600Z
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An arrow-like animal. A squid? Similar to animal in expn3518.
Exocet Seamount 1100 meters 20150428T122116Z
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A purplish holothurian.
20150410T154853Z
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A purplish holothurian - Benthodytes sp.
20150410T191058Z
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An orange translucent swimming holothurian with gut visible.
20150410T200546Z
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An orange translucent holothurian with sail fin seemingly just above the bottom.
20150411T181017Z
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An orange translucent swimming holothurian with gut visible. This holothurian seems to be the same species as the one seen in image expn3547.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T142846Z

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