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NOAA's Coral Kingdom Collection
Catalog of Images

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Two coral polyps on a glass slide soon after settlement.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Closeup of coral polyp skeletal composition.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Picture of aberrant coral polpys of Fungia sp.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Small polyp of Fungia scutaria.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Calcareous skeleton of the coral, Fungia scutaria.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Calcareous skeleton of the coral, Porites lobata.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The coral Pocillopora verrucosa, living colony with polyps.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Fully extended anemone.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Close up of gills on the nudibranch, Hexabranchus sanguineus, a swimming nudibranch.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Full view of Hexabranchus sanguineus, a swimming nudibranch.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Full view of Hexabranchus sanguineus, a swimming nudibranch in full swim.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The cowrie, Cypraea caputserpensis, very common in intertidal rocky areas.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The urchin, colobocentrotus atratus, in its normal intertidal habitat.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The urchin, colobocentrotus atratus, in its normal intertidal habitat.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The urchin, Prionocidaris hawaiiensis, endemic to the Hawaiian islands.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The urchin, Prionocidaris hawaiiensis, endemic to the Hawaiian islands.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
216 thumbnail picture
The anemone, Aiptasia sp.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
217 thumbnail picture
Closeup of the anemone, Aiptasia sp.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Closeup of Palythoa sp. A softcoral common on reef flats in Hawaii.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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The species of worm, Spirobranchus giganteus, live calcareous tubes in living coral heads.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Spiny lobster, Panulirus marginatus, endemic to the Hawaiian islands.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Dorsal view of the urchin, Heterocentrotus mammilatus.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Dorsal view of the urchin, Heterocentrotus mammilatus.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Ventral view of the urchin, Heterocentrotus mammilatus.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
224 thumbnail picture
Stinging hydroid, Plumularia sp.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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A small acanthaster - this type of starfish eats coral polyps. This starfish is known as the Crown of Thorns Starfish for its long spines Reportedly toxic if stepped on.
Pokai Bay, Oahu October 1969
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A small acanthaster - this type of starfish eats coral polyps. This starfish is known as the Crown of Thorns Starfish for its long spines Reportedly toxic if stepped on.
Pokai Bay, Oahu
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Large southern stingray off of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Florida Late 1950's.
228 thumbnail picture
Close up of skeleton of colonial coral with septa clearly visible.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Close up of skeleton of colonial coral with septa clearly visible.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Picture of live coral polyps in colonial coral.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Holothuroidean, Ophiodesoma spectabilis, live closeup of head region.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Live colony of coral with large polyps.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Holothuroidean, Ophiodesoma spectabilis, live closeup of head region.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Closeup of live coral colony, polyps extended.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Live coral colony.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Live coral colony.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Live coral colony, large polyps.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Closeup of coral skeletons from colonial coral.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Closeup of live colony of Pocillopora damicornis, polyps extended.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Closeup of coral skeletons of colonial coral.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Skeleton of upright coral colony.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Skeleton of whole coral colony.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Skeleton of coral colony.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Holothurian( Sea cucumber) , Holothuria atra, whole organism.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Holothurian( Sea cucumbers), in sample dish, whole organisms, live.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Live, single polyp of Fungia sp.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Clypeaster reticulatus, cake urchin test, oral view.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Fungia sp. Coral skeleton, backlighted to show septa.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Polychaete worm.
University of Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology

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