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Didemnum vestum - Fort Point, New Hampshire, Images



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August, 2002
Image BT_FP_NH002
Image BT_FP_NH002

Image BT_FP_NH002. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vestum attached to and hanging from rope (note long tendrils hanging down). Coast Guard pier at Fort Point, Portsmouth Harbor, New Castle, NH (42 deg 04.28 min N, 70 deg 42.77 min W). Water depth, approximately 5 m. August 2002. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit Becca Toppin (UNH). Location no. 51.
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Image BT_FP_NH003
Image BT_FP_NH003

Image BT_FP_NH003. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vestum attached to and hanging from rope (note long tendrils hanging down). Coast Guard pier at Fort Point, Portsmouth Harbor, New Castle, NH (42 deg 04.28 min N, 70 deg 42.77 min W). Water depth, approximately 5 m. August 2002. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit Becca Toppin (UNH). Location no. 51.
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