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Didemnum vexillum - Provincetown, Massachusetts, Images




September 14, 2003
Image MC_PTH_FH015, tunicate colonies of D. sp. encrusting a tire and rope that was hanging off Macmillan Wharf.
Image MC_PTH_FH015

Image MC_PTH_FH015. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting a tire and rope that was hanging off Macmillan Wharf, (Provincetown town dock), Provincetown Harbor, MA (42 deg 02.95 min N lat, 70 deg 10.85 min W lon). Other tunicates present are Botrylloides violaceus and Aplidium stellatum. Water depth, intertidal. September 14, 2003. Observer: Mary Carman. Photo credit: Mary Carman, WHOI. Location no. 12.
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Image MC_PTH_FH017, tunicate colonies of D. sp. encrusting metal pilings at Macmillan Wharf.
Image MC_PTH_FH017

Image MC_PTH_FH017. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting metal pilings at Macmillan Wharf, (Provincetown town dock), Provincetown Harbor, MA (42 deg 02.95 min N lat, 70 deg 10.85 min W lon). Water depth, intertidal. September 14, 2003. Observer: Mary Carman. Photo credit: Mary Carman, WHOI. Location no. 12.
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Image MC_PTH_FH018, tunicate colonies of D. sp. encrusting metal scrap under Macmillan Wharf.
Image MC_PTH_FH018

Image MC_PTH_FH018. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting metal scrap under Macmillan Wharf, (Provincetown town dock), Provincetown Harbor, MA (42 deg 02.95 min N lat, 70 deg 10.85 min W lon). Water depth, intertidal. September 14, 2003. Observer: Mary Carman. Photo credit: Mary Carman, WHOI Location no. 12.
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Image MC_PTH_FH019, tunicate colonies of D. sp. encrusting metal scrap under Macmillan Wharf.
Image MC_PTH_FH019

Image MC_PTH_FH019. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting metal scrap under Macmillan Wharf, (Provincetown town dock), Provincetown Harbor, MA (42 deg 02.95 min N lat, 70 deg 10.85 min W lon). Water depth, intertidal. September 14, 2003. Observer: Mary Carman. Photo credit: Mary Carman, WHOI. Location no. 12.
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