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Warden, Emma Parks, and rockpoolers, summer 1995 Exploring marine wildlife at Lundy – a slide show
Strawberry anemone, Actinia fragacea
Gem anemone, Aulactinia verrucosa
Snakelocks anemone, Anemonia viridis
Devonshire cup coral, Caryophyllia smithii
Scarlet & gold star coral, Balanophyllia regia
Dogwhelk, Nucella lapillus
Cowrie, Trivia arctica
Painted topshell, Calliostoma zizyphinum
Blue-rayed limpet, Helcion pellucidum
Chiton (coat-of-mail shell), Tonicella rubra
Porcelain crab, Porcellana longicornis
Brown crab, Cancer pagurus
Corrugated crab, Xantho incisus
Squat lobster, Munida rugosa
Cushion star, Asterina gibbosa
Seven-armed starfish, Luidea ciliaris
Spiny starfish, Marthasterias glacialis
Green sea urchin, Psammechinus miliaris
Cushion star, Asterina phylactica
Shore clingfish, Lepadogaster lepadogaster
Worm pipefish Nerophis lumbriciformis
Underwater landscapes. Tide-swept habitats Hen & Chickens
Underwater landscapes – wave sheltered, strong tidal currents Gannets Rock
Wrecks - MV Robert, east coast
Blue jellyfish Cyanea lamarkii
Bouy barnacle - picked-up by IlfSAC members at Lundy
Grey seal, Halichoerus grypus
Lobster, Homarus gammarus
Crawfish, Palinurus elephas
Sponge crab, Dromia personata
Blue-spot sea slug Greilada elegans
Pink sea fans, Eunicella verrucosa, off The Battery, 1986
Rattles Anchorage (South coast)
Trumpet anemone Parazoanthus axinellae
Sunset cup coral Leptopsammia pruvoti
Spider crabs sheltering under snakelocks anemone. Knoll Pins, 2005.
Sea urchin, Echinus esculentus
Seven-armed starfish, Luidea ciliaris
Cuckoo wrasse, Labrus mixtus
Trigger fish, Balistes capriscus
Cord weed, Chorda filum Sea beech, Delleseria sanguinea
Tassel-weed, Carpomitra costata, Knoll Pins, 2005
Underwater landscapes – east coast sediments Off Tibbetts Point
Policeman anemone Mesacmaea mitchelli
Angular crab, Goneplax rhomboides
Seashore life crab Harbour crab, Macropipus depurator
Scallop, Pecten maximus
Red gurnard, Aspitrigla cuculus
Red band fish, Cepola rubescens
Crustacean Key Features o Hard Shell o Antenna o Segmented Legs.
Rockshelf Organisms peter hamilton sandringham college.
Invertebrates of the Coral Reef Grade 5 Unit 2 Lesson 2.
By: Cameron Gilbert. . Reefs in the Florida Keys, for example, hold at least 45 species of stony coral, 37 species of octocoral, five species of sea turtles,
A study by Maya Zammit. Octopus This sea creature has eight legs.
Chapter 15 Animals of the Benthic Environment
Photo by Robert Bailey. Shore Crab Pair Photo by Paul Naylor.
A habitat is the natural home or environment of an organism Since 71% of planet Earth is covered in water, many different types of marine habitats exist.
Shallow Water By Hope Sonnenburg. Marine Life In shallow water you can find many different types of marine life.
Succession What changes occur in the variety of species that occupy an area over time? What are meant by the terms succession and climax community?
Survival and Diversity
Ecology of the Northeast Marine Rocky Intertidal Zone
Ecosystem (Rocky Shore)
Life in the Tidal Zone Survival!. What is an Estuary? An estuary is a semi-enclosed body of water where freshwater meeting and mixes with saltwater.
Oregon Tidepool Invertebrates Identification Practice.
Mosaic Jellyfish Click to continue Octopus Frogfish.
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The Intertidal Zone: a reef platform. The intertidal zone, also known as the littoral zone, is that area between high tide and low tide. It can be divided.
INDEPENDENT GROUP PROJECTS (ca. 3 days) Goals Test own hypothesis based on prior literature study Design own experiment Carry out field work & experiments.
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMALS: N INE ANIMAL PHYLA INVERTEBRATES: VERTEBRATES (CORDATES): (1 phylum) MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS.
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