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Didemnum vexillum - Fort Island Narrows, Maine, Images




July 19, 1993
Image GL_FIN_ME002, tunicate colony (or fragment) of D. sp. collected on shell hash and gravel.
Image GL_FIN_ME002

Image GL_FIN_ME002. Tunicate colony (or fragment) of Didemnum vexillum collected on shell hash and gravel. Preserved in formalin. Specimen is 8 cm wide and 5.5 cm high. Fort Island Narrows in the Damariscotta River, ME (43 deg 53.68 min N lat, 69 deg 35.27 W lon). Water depth 12 m at high tide. July 19, 1993. Collectors: I. Svane (FU), C. Young (OU), and T. Miller (UM). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 22.
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Image GL_FIN_ME001, tunicate colony (or fragment) of D. sp.
Image GL_FIN_ME001

Image GL_FIN_ME001. Tunicate colony (or fragment) of Didemnum vexillum (reverse of specimen in Image GL_FIN_ME001) collected on shell hash and gravel. Preserved in formalin. Specimen is 8 cm wide and 5.5 cm high. Fort Island Narrows in the Damariscotta River, ME (43 deg 53.68 min N lat, 69 deg 35.27 W lon). Water depth 12 m at high tide. July 19, 1993. Collectors: I. Svane (FU), C. Young (OU), and T. Miller (UM). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 22.
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