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Didemnum vexillum - Shinnecock Bay, Long Island, New York, Images




December 3, 2004
Image TG_OPB_NY001, tunicate colony of D. vexillum
Image TG_OPB_NY001

Image TG_OPB_NY001. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum Coin is 0.9 in (2.3 cm). Floating dock attached to south end of Old Ponquogue Bridge, east of new Ponquogue Bridge, Shinnecock Bay, LI, NY (40 deg 50.62 min N lat, 72 deg 30.02 min W lon). Water depth to 0.1 m. December 3, 2004. Observers Todd Gardner (AMW) and Chris Paparo (AMW). Photo credit: Todd Gardner (AMW). Map Location no. 37.
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Image TG_OPB_NY002, tunicate colony of D. vexillum
Image TG_OPB_NY002

Image TG_OPB_NY002. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum, growing on mussels. Floating dock attached to south end of Old Ponquogue Bridge, east of new Ponquogue Bridge, Shinnecock Bay, LI, NY (40 deg 50.62 min N lat, 72 deg 30.02 min W lon). Water depth to 0.1 m. December 3, 2004. Observers Todd Gardner (AMW) and Chris Paparo (AMW). Photo credit: Todd Gardner (AMW). Map Location no. 37.
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Image TG_OPB_NY003, tunicate colony of D. vexillum
Image TG_OPB_NY003.

Image TG_OPB_NY003. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting the colonial tunicate Botrylloides violaceus (red). Floating dock attached to south end of Old Ponquogue Bridge, east of new Ponquogue Bridge, Shinnecock Bay, LI, NY (40 deg 50.62 min N lat, 72 deg 30.02 min W lon). Water depth to 0.1 m. December 3, 2004. Observers Todd Gardner (AMW) and Chris Paparo (AMW). Photo credit: Todd Gardner (AMW). Map Location no. 37.
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Image TG_OPB_NY004, tunicate colony of D. vexillum
Image TG_OPB_NY004.

Image TG_OPB_NY004. Image TG_OPB_NY004. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum Floating dock attached to south end of Old Ponquogue Bridge, east of new Ponquogue Bridge, Shinnecock Bay, LI, NY (40 deg 50.62 min N lat, 72 deg 30.02 min W lon). Water depth to 0.1 m. December 3, 2004. Observers Todd Gardner (AMW) and Chris Paparo (AMW). Photo credit: Todd Gardner (AMW). Map Location no. 37.
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