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Didemnum vexillum - Goes, Netherlands, Images



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July 8, 2000
Image AG_GO_NE014, tunicate colony of D. vexillum overgrowing a living oyster.
Image AG_GO_NE014

Image AG_GO_NE014. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum overgrowing a living oyster Crassostrea gigas. Goes, Sas van, Oosterschelde, Zeeland. Water depth approximately 6 m below low tide. July 8, 2000. Observer: Arjan Gittenberger (NMNH). Photo credit: Arjan Gittenberger. Map Location no. 29.
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June 2003
Image AG_GO_NE023, tunicate colony of Botrylloides cf. leachi overgrowing a colony of the tunicate D. sp.
Image AG_GO_NE023

Image AG_GO_NE023. Tunicate colony of Botrylloides cf. leachi overgrowing a colony of the tunicate Didemnum vexillum, which appears to be overgrowing small anemones of Diadumene cincta. Goes, Sas van, Oosterschelde, Zeeland. Water depth approximately 7 m. June 2003. Observer: Arjan Gittenberger (NMNH). Photo credit: Arjan Gittenberger. Map Location no. 29.
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