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Australian Fur Seal Port Phillip Bay photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1422-71D
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Australian Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus). Photo taken at Chinaman's Hat, Port Phillip Bay, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia.
Australian Fur Seal Port Phillip Bay photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1422-72D
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Australian Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus). Photo taken at Chinaman's Hat, Port Phillip Bay, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia.
Sea Cucumber spawning egg sperm bundles photo
Stock Photo ID: 35M0208-03
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Sea Cucumber (Thelenota ananas) spawning, showing suspended egg and sperm bundles. Photo taken in the Indo-Pacific
Lion's Mane Jellyfish with Fish photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1211-04
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Lions Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) with juvenile pelagic Fish sheltering around tentacles. Also known as Hair Jelly and Snotty. Stings cause minor skin burn. Eastern Australia
Jellyfish pelagic Fish sheltering in tentacles photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1211-07
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Jellyfish (soon to be described) with juvenile pelagic Fish sheltering around tentacles. Southern Australia
Harlequin Shrimp feeding on sea star photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0466-89
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Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta) feeding on a sea star. Found throughout Indo-Pacific. Photo taken Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia
Harlequin Shrimp feeding on sea star photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0467-36D
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Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta), feeding on a Sea Star. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within Coral Triangle.
Harlequin Shrimp feeding on sea star photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0467-37D
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Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta), feeding on a Sea Star. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within Coral Triangle.
Harlequin Shrimp feeding on sea star photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0467-38D
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Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta), feeding on a Sea Star. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within Coral Triangle.
Linckia Sea Star regenerating arm photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-09
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Linckia Sea Star (Linckia multifora) -regenerating from a single arm. Also known as Linckia Starfish. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Crown-of-thorns Starfish feeding on Coral photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-13
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Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) feeding on Acropora Coral. This sea star has sharp venomous spines and wounds from the spines can be very painful. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Crown-of-thorns Starfish feeding on Acropora Coral photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-14
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Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) feeding on Acropora Coral. This sea star has sharp venomous spines and wounds from the spines can be very painful. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Crown-of-thorns Starfish feeding photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-15
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Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) feeding on Acropora Coral. This sea star has sharp venomous spines and wounds from the spines can be very painful. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Crown-of-thorns Starfish feeding on Coral photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-16
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Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) feeding on Acropora Coral. This sea star has sharp venomous spines and wounds from the spines can be very painful. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Crown-of-thorns Starfish photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-17
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Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) - detail of Sea Star venomous spines. Wounds from the spines can be very painful. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Crown-of-thorns Starfish feeding on Corals photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-18
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Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) feeding on Corals. This sea star has sharp venomous spines and wounds from the spines can be very painful. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Linckia Sea Star regenerating photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-21
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Linckia Sea Star (Linckia multifora) -regenerating from a single arm. Also known as Linckia Starfish. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Northern Pacific Sea Star feeding photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-36
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Northern Pacific Sea Stars (Asterias amurensis) - feeding on encrusting organisms. Also known as Northern Pacific Starfish. Introduced species from Japan or Korea, probably from discarded ships ballast water. Derwent Estuary, Tasmania, Australia
Northern Pacific Sea Star regenerating arm photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-37
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Northern Pacific Sea Star (Asterias amurensis)- regenerating an arm and feeding on encrusting organisms. Also known as Northern Pacific Starfish. Introduced species, probably from discarded ships ballast water. Derwent Estuary, Tasmania, Australia
Northern Pacific Sea Star regenerating arm photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-39
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Northern Pacific Sea Star (Asterias amurensis) - detail of regenerating arm. Also known as Northern Pacific Starfish. Introduced species from Japan or Korea, probably from discarded ships ballast water. Derwent Estuary, Tasmania, Australia
Seastar eating Globefish photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1222-67D
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Eleven-arm Sea Star (Coscinasterias muricata), eating a deceased Globefish (Diodon nichthemerus). Photo taken in Port Phillip Bay, Morninton Peninsula, Victoria, Australia.
Leopard Sea Cucumber extruding Cuvierian tubules photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1240-01
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Leopard Sea Cucumber (Bohadschia argus) - with excruded sticky defensive threads called Cuvierian tubules. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
Sea Cucumber feeding photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1240-10D
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Sea Cucumber (Colochirus robustus), feeding. Found in Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Sea Cucumber feeding photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1240-11D
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Sea Cucumber (Colochirus robustus), feeding. Found in Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus Octopus marginatus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-92D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), living in a bi-valve sea shell. Also known as Coconut Octopus, this species is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-93D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), living in a bi-valve sea shell. Also known as Coconut Octopus, this species is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus Octopus marginatus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-94D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), living in a bi-valve sea shell. Also known as Coconut Octopus, this species is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-95D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), living in a bi-valve sea shell. Also known as Coconut Octopus, this species is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus Octopus marginatus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-96D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), living in a bi-valve sea shell. Also known as Coconut Octopus, this species is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus in bottle with caught Catfish photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-97D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), also known as Coconut Octopus, hiding in a bottle with a captured juvenile Catfish. Also often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus in bottle with caught Catfish photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1633-98D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), also known as Coconut Octopus, hiding in a bottle with a captured juvenile Catfish. Also often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Anilao, Philippines. Coral Triangle.
Octopus using funnel to propel through water photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-12D
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Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea), juvenile swimming. Note the funnel or siphon used to "jet" propel the octopus through the water. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo was taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in tin can photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-23D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a discarded tin can. Also known as Coconut Octopus as it is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in glass jar photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-24D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a discarded glass jar. Also known as Coconut Octopus as it is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in glass jar photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-25D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a discarded glass jar. Also known as Coconut Octopus as it is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in glass jar photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-26D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a discarded glass jar. Also known as Coconut Octopus as it is often sighted hiding in discarded coconut shells. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in a bottle photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-34D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a discarded bottle and using a piece of glass as a door. Also known as Coconut Octopus. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in tea cup photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-36D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a discarded tea cup and using a scallop shell as a door. Also known as Coconut Octopus. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in shell photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-39D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a shell and using a scallop shell as a door. Also known as Coconut Octopus. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in shell photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-41D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a shell and using another shell as a door. Also known as Coconut Octopus. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Veined Octopus hiding in shell photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M1634-43D
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Veined Octopus (Octopus marginatus), hiding in a shell and using another shell as a door. Also known as Coconut Octopus. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Giant Pacific Octopus photo
Stock Photo ID: 43M1633-01
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Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) eating urchin. Found in coastal waters of the North Pacific Ocean. Photo taken at Race Rocks, Vancouver Island, Canada.
Common Octopus mating photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M1633-11
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Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris), mating in the Lake Worth Lagoon, Singer Island, Florida, USA.
Common Octopus mating photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M1633-12
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Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris), mating in the Lake Worth Lagoon, Singer Island, Florida, USA.
Common Octopus mating photo
Stock Photo ID: 45M1633-13
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Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris), mating in the Lake Worth Lagoon, Singer Island, Florida, USA.
Scissors Crab with eggs photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0445-24D
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Scissors Crab (Lupocyclus philippinensis), with eggs (orange). This crab is identified by its long pincers and very active at night on sandy bottoms. Found throughout the Indo-West Pacific. Photo taken off Anilao, Philippines. Within the Coral Triangle.
Blue Swimmer Crabs mating photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0445-35D
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Blue Swimmer Crab (Portunus pelagicus), male mating with female. Also known as Blue Manna Crab. This specie is highly sought after by Commercial fishery. Photo taken at Edithburgh, York Peninsula, South Australia, Australia.
Blue Swimmer Crabs mating photo
Stock Photo ID: 24M0445-36D
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Blue Swimmer Crab (Portunus pelagicus), male mating with female. Also known as Blue Manna Crab. This specie is highly sought after by Commercial fishery. Photo taken at Edithburgh, York Peninsula, South Australia, Australia.
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