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Didemnum vexillum - Cobscook Bay, Maine, Images



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September 2007
Image LH_CCB_ME026.
Image LH_CCB_ME026.

Image LH_CCB_ME026. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting cobble gravel seabed, growing up kelp stalks (Laminaria longicuris), and overgrowing sponges and pink calcareous algae. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Half Moon Cove, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 2007. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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Image LH_CCB_ME027.
Image LH_CCB_ME027.

Image LH_CCB_ME027. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting cobble gravel seabed, growing up kelp stalks (Laminaria longicuris), and overgrowing sponges and pink calcareous algae. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Half Moon Cove, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 2007. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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Image LH_CCB_ME028.
Image LH_CCB_ME028.

Image LH_CCB_ME028. Tunicate colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting cobble gravel seabed, growing up kelp stalks(Laminaria longicuris), and overgrowing orange solitary tunicate and pink calcareous algae. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Half Moon Cove, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 2007. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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September 10, 2006
Image LH_CCB_ME019.
Image LH_CCB_ME019.

Image LH_CCB_ME019. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting cobble gravel seabed and growing up kelp stalk. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 10, 2006. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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Image LH_CCB_ME020.
Image LH_CCB_ME020.

Image LH_CCB_ME020. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting pebble gravel seabed. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 10, 2006. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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Image LH_CCB_ME021.
Image LH_CCB_ME021.

Image LH_CCB_ME021. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting pebble gravel and coarse sand seabed. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 10, 2006. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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Image LH_CCB_ME022.
Image LH_CCB_ME022.

Image LH_CCB_ME022. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting pebble gravel seabed and purple calcareous algae attached to pebbles. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W) Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 10, 2006. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH). Location no. 60.
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Image LH_CCB_ME023.
Image LH_CCB_ME023.

Image LH_CCB_ME023. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting cobble gravel seabed and growing over kelp stalk and green seaweed. Near the old Eastport Bridge, Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-8 m. Sep 10, 2006. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: L Harris (UNH).
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August 6, 2005
Image GL_CCB_ME015.
Image GL_CCB_ME015.

Image GL_CCB_ME015. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting blue mussel (Mytilus edulis); found on rocky seabed. Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W). Water depth 5-6 m. August 6, 2005. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 60.
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Image GL_CCB_ME016.
Image GL_CCB_ME016.

Image GL_CCB_ME016. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting blue mussel (Mytilus edulis); found on rocky seabed. Same specimen as shown in Image GL_CCB_015. Cobscook Bay, Eastport, ME (approx. 44 deg 56.14 min N, 67 deg 02.95 min W. Water depth 5-6 m. August 6, 2005. Identified by L. Harris (UNH). Photo credit: G. Lambert (UW). Location no. 60.
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