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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Small deep sea hyperiid amphipods (Phronima sp.).
Gulf of Mexico
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Bobtail squid (Semirossia sp.)
Gulf of Mexico
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Flatfish larvae
Gulf of Mexico
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Leptocephalus larvae. These are the slim and transparent larvae of various members of the eel Superorder Elopomorpha.
Gulf of Mexico
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Leptocephalus larvae. These are the slim and transparent larvae of various members of the eel Superorder Elopomorpha.
Gulf of Mexico
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A juvenile flatfish
Gulf of Mexico
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Leptocephalus larvae. These are the slim and transparent larvae of various members of the eel Superorder Elopomorpha.
Gulf of Mexico
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Cnidarian Class Scyphozoa, a jellyfish.
Gulf of Mexico
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Jellyfish seen on surface
Gulf of Mexico
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Sampling mud from coring device
Gulf of Mexico
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Retrieving a full core of Gulf of Mexico mud for further study
Gulf of Mexico
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A Furryteuthis squid in a sample box
Gulf of Mexico
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Barred snake eel inspecting burrough for an easy dinner.
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A barred snake eel snaking over the bottom.
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A bristleworm found as part of the biota on a TAO buoy.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Gooseneck barnacles growing on a TAO buoy.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Gooseneck barnacles growing on a TAO buoy.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Gooseneck barnacles growing on a TAO buoy.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Gooseneck barnacles growing on a TAO buoy.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Teensy crab as part of biota using TAO buoy as habitat.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Removing marine debris from shoreline near Eastport.
Maine, Eastport
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Removing monofilament line - this sort of marine debris can be dangerous to many marine animals.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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Marine debris.
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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School of large fish on the surface - mahi mahi??
Equatorial Pacific Ocean
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A whale shark - Rhincodon typus - the largest fish.
Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula
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A 30-meter tape is laid out underwater to conduct a transect to investigate the species and cover of seagrass and soft sediment in the shallow waters surrounding Vista Alegre.
Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula
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A sharp demarcation between seagrass and a bare sand bottom in a mangrove area. Seagrasses are abundant in the waters surrounding Vista Alegre and are a natural nursery for large, mobile gastropods.
Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula
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Fish culture tanks used for sea bream. Ca. 1972.
Hiroshima Laboratory, Hiroshima, Japan
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Fish culture tanks used for sea bream. Showing tank plumbing design. Ca. 1972.
Hiroshima Laboratory, Hiroshima, Japan
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Bamboo oyster-culture rafts for Japanese oyster Crassotrea gigas. Ca. 1972.
Hiroshima Laboratory, Hiroshima, Japan
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Bamboo oyster-culture rafts for Japanese oyster Crassotrea gigas. Ca. 1972.
Hiroshima Laboratory, Hiroshima, Japan
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Bamboo oyster-culture rafts for Japanese oyster Crassotrea gigas. Ca. 1972.
Hiroshima Laboratory, Hiroshima, Japan
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Bamboo oyster-culture rafts for Japanese oyster Crassotrea gigas. Ca. 1972. Scallop shell used for cultch for suspended oyster culture. Lines of shells called ren and are suspended from the bamboo rafts.
Hiroshima Laboratory, Hiroshima, Japan
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14-foot, 1200 pound tiger shark caught in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu. Ca. 1966.
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, Kaneohe Bay
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Bringing up 14-foot, 1200 pound tiger shark for weighing.
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, Kaneohe Bay
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On NOAA Ship TOWNSEND CROMWELL measuring yellow-fin tuna. Ca. 1973.
Sonsorol, Western Caroline Islands
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On NOAA Ship TOWNSEND CROMWELL measuring yellow-fin tuna. Ca. 1973.
Sonsorol, Western Caroline Islands
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On NOAA Ship TOWNSEND CROMWELL weighing yellow-fin tuna. Ca. 1973.
Sonsorol, Western Caroline Islands
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Kuruma prawns -Penaeus japonicus. In aquaculture facility observation tank.
Taiwan
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Large aquaculture tank for prawns.
Taiwan
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Gate system for water control in aquaculture facility.
Taiwan
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Shrimp culture ponds.
Taiwan
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Harvesting milkfish - Chanos chanos.
Taiwan
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Experimental shrimp ponds - the beginnings of shrimp aquaculture Kaohsiang Marine Laboratory aquaculture facility.
Taiwan
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Icing down the Chanos chanos (milkfish) after harvesting.
Taiwan
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Stakes used to put covers over side holding canals to overwinter juvenile fish.
Taiwan
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Conservation Patrol boat used to enforce fishing regulations.
Truk, Caroline Islands March 1971
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Fish weirs built of coral stone on reef flat on lagoon side
Yap October 1971
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Lutjanus bohar - red snapper - a ciguatera bearing fish under study
Fanning Island 1968 November
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Scientist studying urchin population on Gardner Pinnacles
Gardner Pinnacles to Laysan Island 1969 June

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