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Didemnum vexillum - Trevenen Bay, British Columbia, Images




September 4, 2005
Image FP_TB_BC019.
Image FP_TB_BC019.

Image FP_TB_BC019. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting rock surfaces and possibly small anemones. Near a shellfish aquaculture site (C-King Seafood) on the west side of Trevenen Bay, BC (approx. 50 deg 01.8 min N, 124 deg 45.6 min W). Water depth 12-15 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 56.
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Image FP_TB_BC020.
Image FP_TB_BC020.

Image FP_TB_BC020. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting rock surfaces and sea star. Near a shellfish aquaculture site (C-King Seafood) on the west side of Trevenen Bay, BC (approx. 50 deg 01.8 min N, 124 deg 45.6 min W). Water depth 12-15 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 56.
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Image FP_TB_BC021.
Image FP_TB_BC021

Image FP_TB_BC021. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting rock surfaces; note colony tendril. Near a shellfish aquaculture site (C-King Seafood) on the west side of Trevenen Bay, BC (approx. 50 deg 01.8 min N, 124 deg 45.6 min W). Water depth 12-15 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 56.
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