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Didemnum vexillum - Fort Wetherill, Rhode Island, Images



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August 2000
Image JM_FTW_RI008.
Image JM_FTW_RI008.

Image JM_FTW_RI008. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum encrusting solitary tunicate Styela clava on rocky substrate. Steep rock wall in Narragansett Bay, east of Fort Wetherill, Jamestown, RI (approx 41 deg 28.63 min N lat, approx 71 deg 21.50 min W Lon). Water depth approx. 10-12 m. August, 2000. Observer: Janet MacCausland. Photo credit: Janet MacCausland. Location no. 79.
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Image JM_FTW_RI009.
Image JM_FTW_RI009.

Image JM_FTW_RI009. Tunicate colony of Didemnum vexillum growing over anemone on rocky substrate. Steep rock wall in Narragansett Bay, east of Fort Wetherill, Jamestown, RI (approx 41 deg 28.63 min N lat, approx 71 deg 21.50 min W Lon). Water depth approx. 10-12 m. August, 2000. Observer: Janet MacCausland. Photo credit: Janet MacCausland. Location no. 79.
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Image JM_FTW_RI010.
Image JM_FTW_RI010.

Image JM_FTW_RI010. Tunicate colony of Didemnum sp. hanging from rocky substrate. Steep rock wall in Narragansett Bay, east of Fort Wetherill, Jamestown, RI (approx 41 deg 28.63 min N lat, approx 71 deg 21.50 min W Lon). Water depth approx. 10-12 m. August, 2000. Observer: Janet MacCausland. Photo credit: Janet MacCausland. Location no. 79.
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