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Didemnum vexillum - Lions Rock, British Columbia, Images



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September 4, 2005
Image FP_LR_BC022.
Image FP_LR_BC022.

Image FP_LR_BC022. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting rock surfaces and seaweed. Lions Rock, southwest of Edith Island, Okeover Inlet, BC (approx. 50 deg 02.4 min N, 124 deg 44.4 min W). Water depth 10 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 57.
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 Image FP_LR_BC023.
Image FP_LR_BC023.

Image FP_LR_BC023. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting sloping rock surfaces with painted greenling (Oxylebius pictus). Lions Rock, southwest of Edith Island, Okeover Inlet, BC (approx. 50 deg 02.4 min N, 124 deg 44.4 min W). Water depth 10 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 57.
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 Image FP_LR_BC024.
Image FP_LR_BC024.

Image FP_LR_BC024. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting stepped vertical rock surfaces. Lions Rock, southwest of Edith Island, Okeover Inlet, BC (approx. 50 deg 02.4 min N, 124 deg 44.4 min W). Water depth 10 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 57.
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Image FP_LR_BC025.
Image FP_LR_BC025.

Image FP_LR_BC025. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting vertical rock surface and forming tendrils. Lions Rock, southwest of Edith Island, Okeover Inlet, BC (approx. 50 deg 02.4 min N, 124 deg 44.4 min W). Water depth 10 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 57.
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Image FP_LR_BC026.
Image FP_LR_BC026.

Image FP_LR_BC026. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting sloping rock surface and surrounding anemone; brittle stars on tunicate surface above the anemone. Lions Rock, southwest of Edith Island, Okeover Inlet, BC (approx. 50 deg 02.4 min N, 124 deg 44.4 min W). Water depth 10 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 57.
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Image FP_LR_BC027.
Image FP_LR_BC027.

Image FP_LR_BC027. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting sloping rock surface, surrounding and growing partway up an anemone. Lions Rock, southwest of Edith Island, Okeover Inlet, BC (approx. 50 deg 02.4 min N, 124 deg 44.4 min W). Water depth 10 m approx. September 4, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 57.
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