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Didemnum vexillum - Deep Cove, Maine, Images




October 21, 2010
Image KK_DC_ME034. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting gravel, shells, and scallops in seabed
Image KK_DC_ME034.

Image KK_DC_ME034. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting gravel, shells, and scallops in sample dredged from seabed containing sea urchins, sea cucumbers, and sea scallops. Deep Cove, Cobscook Bay, ME (44 deg 54.573 min N, 67 deg 01.595 min W). Water depth 18 m. Oct 21, 2010. Identified by K. Kelly (Maine DMR). Photo credit: K. Kelly, (Maine DMR). Location no. 98. Click here to download image.

Image KK_DC_ME035. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum in sample dredged from seabed.
Image KK_DC_ME035.

Image KK_DC_ME035 Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum in sample dredged from seabed. Deep Cove, Cobscook Bay, ME (44 deg 54.573 min N, 67 deg 01.595 min W). Water depth 18 m. Oct 21, 2010. Identified by K. Kelly (Maine DMR). Photo credit: K. Kelly, (Maine DMR). Location no. 98. Click here to download image.

Image KK_DC_ME036. Tuncate colonies of Didemnum vexillum in sample dredged from seabed.
Image KK_DC_ME036.

Image KK_DC_ME036. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum in sample dredged from seabed. Deep Cove, Cobscook Bay, ME (44 deg 54.573 min N, 67 deg 01.595 min W). Water depth 18 m. Oct 21, 2010. Identified by K. Kelly (Maine DMR). Photo credit: K. Kelly, (Maine DMR). Location no. 98. Click here to download image.

Image KK_DC_ME037. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting a sea scallop.
Image KK_DC_ME037 .

Image KK_DC_ME037. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting a sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) in sample dredged from seabed. Deep Cove, Cobscook Bay, ME (44 deg 54.573 min N, 67 deg 01.595 min W). Water depth 18 m. Oct 21, 2010. Identified by K. Kelly (Maine DMR). Photo credit: K. Kelly, (Maine DMR). Location no. 98. Click here to download image.

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