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Didemnum vexillum - Brest, France, Images



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August 28, 2005
Image GL_B_FR013.
Image GL_B_FR013.

Image GL_B_FR013. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum removed from floating marina dock; overgrowing the solitary native tunicate Phallusia mammillata. Brest, France. Water depth <1 m. August 28, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 58.
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Image GL_B_FR014.
Image GL_B_FR014.

Image GL_B_FR014. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum removed from floating marina dock; small yellow spots are individual zooids. Close up of Image GL_B_FR013. Brest, France. Water depth <1 m. August 28, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 58.
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Image GL_B_FR015.
Image GL_B_FR015.

Image GL_B_FR015. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum removed from floating marina dock; overgrowing the solitary native tunicate Phallusia mammillata. Brest, France. Water depth <1 m. August 28, 2005. Identified by G. Lambert (UW). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 58.
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