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Didemnum vexillum - Beavertail point, Conanicut Island, Rhode Island, Images




October 4, 2005
Image LA_BP_RI004.
Image LA_BP_RI004.

Image LA_BP_RI004. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum attached to intertidal rock surface and overgrowing dark red algae Chrondrus crispus . Scale in cm. Eastern shore of Beavertail Point, Conanicut Island, RI, (41 deg 27.13 min N lat, 71 deg 23.74 min W lon). Water depth intertidal. October 4, 2005. Collected and identified by Linda Auker (UNH). Photo credit Linda Auker (UNH). Location no. 61.
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Image LA_BP_RI005.
Image LA_BP_RI005.

Image LA_BP_RI005. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum attached to intertidal rock surface. Red colonial tunicate is Botrylloides violaceus ; dark red algae is Chrondrus crispus . Air-water interface is above scale bar. Scale in cm. Eastern shore of Beavertail Point, Conanicut Island, RI, (41 deg 27.13 min N lat, 71 deg 23.74 min W lon). Water depth intertidal. October 4, 2005. Collected and identified by Linda Auker (UNH). Photo credit Linda Auker (UNH). Location no. 61.
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Image LA_BP_RI006.
Image LA_BP_RI006.

Image LA_BP_RI006. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum attached to intertidal rock surface and overgrowing dark red algae Chrondrus crispus . Scale in cm. Eastern shore of Beavertail Point, Conanicut Island, RI, (41 deg 27.13 min N lat, 71 deg 23.74 min W lon). Water depth intertidal. October 4, 2005. Collected and identified by Linda Auker (UNH). Photo credit Linda Auker (UNH). Location no. 61.
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Image LA_BP_RI007.
Image LA_BP_RI007.

Image LA_BP_RI007. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum attached to intertidal rock surface and overgrowing dark red algae Chrondrus crispus and a species of encrusting calcareous algae. Scale in cm. Eastern shore of Beavertail Point, Conanicut Island, RI, (41 deg 27.13 min N lat, 71 deg 23.74 min W lon). Water depth intertidal. October 4, 2005. Collected and identified by Linda Auker (UNH). Photo credit Linda Auker (UNH). Location no. 61.
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