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

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Weird jellyfish?
2011 July 17
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Weird jellyfish?
2011 July 17
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Weird creature in water column.
2011 July 17
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Usual view in the perpetual blackness of the abyss. Can you find the curly-cue creature in the lower left of the image?
2011 July 17
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Siphonophore on right, comb jelly on left.
2011 July 21
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Translucent jellyfish
2011 July 21
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Swarm of larvae encased in jelly-like mass with jellyfish in distance. Marine snow, the detritus of creatures living and dying further up in the water column, falling to the seafloor below.
2011 July 21
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Long siphonophore, jellyfish, and marine snow
2011 July 21
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Spider-like jellyfish
2011 July 21
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A swimming polychaete worm, with long squid-like tentacles used for breathing, undulates through the water column.
2011 July 21
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A swimming polychaete worm, with long squid-like tentacles used for breathing, undulates through the water column.
2011 July 21
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A swimming polychaete worm, with long squid-like tentacles used for breathing, undulates through the water column.
2011 July 22
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Pink jellyfish hovering above rock outrcops
2011 July 22
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Dandelion-like siphonophore. Look closely for long appendages streaming from central animal colony. These appendages help anchor the animal in one place.
2011 July 22
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Dandelion-like siphonophore. Look closely for long appendages streaming from central animal colony. These appendages help anchor the animal in one place.
2011 July 22
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Dandelion-like siphonophore. Look closely for long appendages streaming from central animal colony. These appendages help anchor the animal in one place.
2011 July 22
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Dandelion-like siphonophore. Look closely for long appendages streaming from central animal colony. These appendages help anchor the animal in one place.
2011 July 22
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Dandelion-like siphonophore. Look closely for long appendages streaming from central animal colony. These appendages help anchor the animal in one place.
2011 July 23
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Long chain siphonophore. Sometimes these colonial animals attain 50 meters in length.
2011 July 25
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Acrobatic galatheid crab bending over backwards on black coral bush.
2011 July 14
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Galatheid crab on rock outcrop
2011 July 14
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Squat lobsters and a large crab are among the various types of fauna in this image.
2011 July 14
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A highly diverse animal community with squat lobsters, various corals, a large brittle star and a deep sea fish right at the bottom of the image.
2011 July 14
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Galatheid squat lobster with extremely enlarged pereiopods . Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
2011 July 14
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A squat lobster and an anemone on a coral bush.
2011 July 14
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A large crab and small corals on a rock outcrop
2011 July 14
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Closeup of the crab's face seen in image expl6286.
2011 July 14
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Brachyuran crab half-buried in sediments. Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
2011 July 14
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White brachyuran crab with red stalked eyes half-buried in sediments. Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
2011 July 14
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A beautiful red-mottled and translucent shrimp
2011 July 14
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A red shrimp on a rock outcrop
2011 July 14
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Small colorful shrimp next to octocoral colonies. Image captured by the Little Hercules ROV at 600 meters depth on the Paramount seamounts.
2011 July 14
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White squat lobster on a spherical pillow lava boulder
2011 July 15
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Shrimp swimming above pillow lavas in areas of murky water indicating possible proximity to hydrothermal venting
2011 July 15
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Swimming shrimp over basalt pillow lava
2011 July 15
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Reddish orange shrimp on sandy bottom.
2011 July 21
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Reddish pink shrimp on sandy bottom.
2011 July 21
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White squat lobster on rock outcrop
2011 July 21
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White squat lobster on rock outcrop
2011 July 21
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A sea spider Pycnogonid crab. These bizarre predators walk along the bottom, stopping to feed on soft-bodied invertebrates.
2011 July 22
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Swimming shrimp hovering near coral branch
2011 July 22
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Strange little crab-like crustacean on coral stalk
2011 July 22
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Silvery appearing squat lobster with orange-yellow eyes
2011 July 22
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Pycnogonid spider crab strolling across rock outcrop. These bizarre predators walk along the bottom, stopping to feed on soft-bodied invertebrates.
2011 July 23
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Squat lobster with furry appearance peering out from under rock ledge
2011 July 24
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Orange anemone, large white sea urchin, and white delicate sponge on rock bottom
2011 July 14
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Rock bottom with white coral bushes and numerous squat lobsters. In center of photo, large squat lobster is "standing" over smaller squat lobster. Is it looking for dinner? reproductive activity? some other crab social activity? High biological abundance but low diversity of corals characterized this area ( two different morphs of primnoid corals) at 800 m on Paramount Seamount.
2011 July 14
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Large white sponges and white coral bushes. Why do the coral bushes and sponges have such bland coloration in this area?
2011 July 14
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A reddish crab on the left of the image, white and pinkish translucent anemones in the center of the image, and a relatively large bluish deep sea fish near the boulder in the upper left are apparent in this image.
2011 July 14
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A variety of life can be seen in this image including squat lobsters, a large white urchin, a cup coral, small coral bushes, whitish clear anemones, brittle stars, and a round white life form with a single orifice on the boulder on the right just above the sand.
2011 July 14

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