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

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Galatheid squat lobster on an Anthomastus coral. Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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White alcyonacean coral bush
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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White alcyonacean corals with small shrimp
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Pennatulacean coral
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Many armed Anthomastus coral
2011 July 23
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This black coral, in addition to the two galatheid crabs weighing it down, possessed strange tendrils hanging in the water column, seemingly wrapped around its stalk.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 13
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Antipatharian coral ("black coral") bush with galatheid crabs
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Antipatharian coral ("black coral") bush
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Small gorgonian coral and cup coral on rock surface
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Close up on octocoral, likely a member of the family Primnoidae. Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Closeup of white primnoid gorgonian octocoral polyps with anemones
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Primnoid coral bush with anemones and galatheid crab
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Octocoral bush on rock outcrop. Small white coral, large urching and small squat lobster can also be found in the image.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Gorgonian coral bush with large squat lobster. A large urchin is to the left. Marine debris - a coil of fishing line is in the right foreground.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Gorgonian coral bush with large squat lobster and at least two anemones in branches to right. A small squat lobster is seen to the left high in the branches of the coral bush.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Extended octocoral polyps on branches of a coral bush.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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A small bamboo coral buth with polyps extended. The bush appears to be being attacked by a parasitic colonial animal in the upper left center.
2011 July 22
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Looking into the center of a a feather star crinoid with a hydroid in the upper left. It is unclear if the thin white to clear appendages below the crinoid are .
2011 July 22
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A large red shrimp swimming over a large black coral bush.
2011 July 22
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Crab-octocoral symbiosis. Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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White stylaster? coral
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Close-up of primnoid octocoral polyps
2011 July 25
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Primnoid coral bush
2011 July 25
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Octocoral polyps extended
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Red gorgonian Corallium? sp.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Red gorgonian octocoral
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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White sparsely branched octocoral
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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White sparsely branched octocoral. Note small reddish spider-like creatures.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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White sparsely branched octocoral
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Yellow scleractinian? coral
2011 July 25
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Strange life form attached to pillow lavas. Perhaps a xenophyophore, perhaps an odd coral.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 15
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Small white coral, brittle stars, brachiopods, and a red shrimp
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Small bamboo coral with black bands on branches, galatheid crab, and small gray sponges. Odd appearing smaller coral bushes as well.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Small bamboo coral with black bands on branches and smaller coral bush with polyps extended.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Small "black" coral bushes and brittle stars
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Small "black" coral bushes and brittle stars
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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Delicate polyps and branches of small "black" coral bush.
Paramount Seamount 2011 July 14
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An amphipod no longer than a pencil eraser clings to a low branch of this black coral on the Galapagos Rift.
2011 July 22
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A small octocoral bush growing in a field of pillow lavas being covered with sediment.
2011 July 23
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A small bluish white coral bush with polyps retracted. A feather star crinoid is making its home in its branches.
2011 July 24
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White bamboo coral and large white sea urchin
2011 July 24
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White bamboo coral with polyps extended and small shrimp
2011 July 21
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White bamboo coral with polyps extended
2011 July 21
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Small bamboo coral on a near vertical outcrop.
2011 July 22
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Small coral stalk with a brittle star and a black coral in the left background.
2011 July 24
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Small coral stalk attached to an angular volcanic rock boulder.
2011 July 21
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Small coral stalk attached to a pillow lava.
2011 July 21
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Small coral stalk growing from a sand and mud substrate.
2011 July 24
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Single stalk octocoral growing in an area of pillow lavas. A small red shrimp swims in the left center.
2011 July 22
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Single stalk octocoral growing from a sediment covered rock. Smaller corals are seen randomly spaced on the bottom in this image.
2011 July 24

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