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Didemnum vexillum - Jervis Inlet, British Columbia, Images



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November 25, 2005
Image FP_JI_BC028.
Image FP_JI_BC028.

Image FP_JI_BC028. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting rocky seabed and red and green algae and possibly being preyed upon by seastar Dermasterias imbricata . Near an unnamed islet east of Captain Island, Jervis Inlet, BC (approx. 49 deg 47.25 min N, 123 deg 56.71 min W). Water depth 6 m approx. November 25, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 62.
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Image FP_JI_BC029.
Image FP_JI_BC029.

Image FP_JI_BC029. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting rocky seabed and red algae and possibly being preyed upon by seastar Dermasterias imbricata . Same colony as in Image FP_JI_BC0028. Near an unnamed islet east of Captain Island, Jervis Inlet, BC (approx. 49 deg 47.25 min N, 123 deg 56.71 min W). Water depth 6 m approx. November 25, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: Frank Poole (PSD). Map Location no. 62.
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