885 images for marine invertebrate

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    Anemone shrimp (Periclimenes holtuisi), Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia

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    A profusion of hard and soft coral underwater on Siaba Kecil, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia

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    Nautilus Shell on Blueprint

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    Expectant mother hugging husband near grille

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    Colorful reef scene.

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    Diver and schooling Spadefish.

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    A profusion of hard and soft coral underwater on Siaba Kecil, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia

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  • 614-07587597

    Diver on deep wall dive.

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    Octopus on the coral reef.

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    Diver silhouette above reef.

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    Diver and Black coral.

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  • 679-03681363

    Water bear. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a water bear (Macrobiotus sp.), or tardigrade. This tiny invertebrate lives in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. Magnification: x250 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

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  • 614-07453304

    Pygmy sea horse on soft coral.

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  • 679-03681356

    Freshwater sponge (Spongilla sp.), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Magnification: x4000 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

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  • 614-08000457

    Diver views array of sponges.

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    Diver on shipwreck.

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    Copepod. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a copepod (subclass Copepoda). This microscopic aquatic crustacean is found in waters around the world. Copepods may either be free living or parasitic on other organisms. They are the main constituent of zooplankton and therefore are very important as food organisms for fish, whales and other crustaceans. Copepods feed on other microscopic animals an

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  • 614-08000455

    Photographer on coral reef.

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  • 614-07453386

    Divers near prop of sunken ship.

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    Snorkeler framed by hard coral.

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    Diver on wall.

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    Diver on wall.

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    Female copepod. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a female copepod with eggs. Copepods are microscopic aquatic crustacea. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

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  • 614-07453356

    Diver and anemone.

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    Nautilus Shell

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    Diver and Mavis Seaplane.

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    Pair of nudibranchs.

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  • 679-06199148

    Radiolarian skeleton. Computer artwork of the skeleton of a radiolarian. Radiolaria are single-celled protozoans that are found in marine plankton. Radiolarian have a silicate skeleton with pores through which pseudopodia (false feet) of protoplasm project. As it floats in ocean currents, the pseudopodia trap food particles on which the radiolarian feeds

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  • 679-02685183

    Foraminiferans, polarised light micrograph. Foraminiferans are marine single-celled protists that construct and inhabit shells (tests). They are one of the oldest phylogenetic groups (taxa) to continue existing, and date back to the Cambrian period (about 540 million years ago).

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    Close-Up of Nautilus Shell

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    Nautilus Shell

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  • 614-07453319

    Transplanting corals.

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    Schooling anthias.

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  • 614-08000454

    Diver on coral reef.

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  • 6119-07943603

    A profusion of hard and soft coral underwater on Tengah Besar Island, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia

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  • 600-00041211

    Close-Up of Nautilus Shell

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  • 619-09012658

    Man grilling for expectant mother

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  • 679-02684412

    Calcareous phytoplankton. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the external mineralised structures (coccospheres) of small marine algal organisms called coccolithophores. The coccospheres are made up of coccoliths, which are individual plates of calcite crystals.

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  • 600-00270113

    Nautilus Shell with Colander

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    Trilobite fossil (Kayserops sp.). This specimen is 380 million years old and was found in Morocco.

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    Diver at Salt Pier.

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    Nautilus Shell on Metallic Surface

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    Close-Up of Shell

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  • 619-09012662

    Man serving shrimp from grill to expectant mother

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  • 614-07587580

    Scuba diving the USCG Duane.

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  • 619-09012661

    Expectant mother carrying daughter while husband is cooking on grille

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  • 700-02913035

    Seashell on Delray Beach, Florida, USA

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    Man kissing forehead of expectant mother near grille

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  • 600-00477252

    Starfish

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    Starfish on the Beach, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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    Sea Star, Chesterman Beach, Tofino, British Columbia, Canada

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  • 619-09012659

    Portrait of smiling Chinese man cooking on grille

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  • 619-03616494

    Nigiri sushi with wasabi and miso soup

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    Scuba diver at Salt Pier.

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    CRF transplants corals.

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    Close up of octopus and wasabi

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  • 600-02693455

    Scallop Shells, Menemsha, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA

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    Girl holding starfish on beach

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    Mussels, San Pedro, California, USA

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  • 679-03681362

    Water bear. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a water bear (Macrobiotus sp.), or tardigrade. This tiny invertebrate lives in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. Magnification: x250 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.

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  • 679-07813894

    Orbulina, SEM

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    Coral plates, lagoon and tropical island, Maldives, Indian Ocean, Asia

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  • 679-08424351

    Cooked lobster.

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  • 618-06436712

    Black Silhouette of a Sea Urchin/Kina

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    Close up of Nigiri sushi and wasabi

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    Boy holding starfish on beach

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  • 679-02684411

    Calcareous phytoplankton. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the external mineralised structures (coccospheres) of small marine algal organisms called coccolithophores. The coccospheres are made up of coccoliths, which are individual plates of calcite crystals.

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  • 679-03679955

    Ammonite fossil (Dactylioceras sp.). This fossil is 180 million years old and was found in Whitby, UK.

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  • 679-02682176

    Ammonite. Polished sectioned ammonite fossil. Ammonites are extinct marine invertebrates. They first appeared in the Late Silurian to Early Devonian period (around 400 million years ago) and became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period (65 million years ago).

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  • 6100-08851228

    Boys on beach holding seashells

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  • 614-07453323

    Scuba diver and soft coral.

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    Nigiri sushi combination on platter

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    Close-Up of Nautilus Shell

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    Family holding starfish on beach

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    Ammonite fossil. Ammonites are extinct marine invertebrates. They first appeared in the Late Silurian to Early Devonian period (around 400 million years ago) and became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period (65 million years ago).

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  • 619-03616503

    Variety of Nigiri sushi on tray

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    Girl holding starfish on beach

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  • 600-00072463

    Nautilus Shell and Measuring Tape

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  • 600-00190983

    Close-Up of Shell

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    Close up of girl holding starfish

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  • 600-03152466

    Jellyfish, New England Aquarium, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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    Scuba diver and Moon Jellyfish.

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    Close up of seafood displayed on ice

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  • 679-03679956

    Ammonite fossil (Dactylioceras sp.). This fossil is 180 million years old and was found in Whitby, UK.

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    Octopus hanging to dry on boat

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  • 679-06199144

    Radiolarian skeleton. Computer artwork of the skeleton of a radiolarian. Radiolaria are single-celled protozoans that are found in marine plankton. Radiolarian have a silicate skeleton with pores through which pseudopodia (false feet) of protoplasm project. As it floats in ocean currents, the pseudopodia trap food particles on which the radiolarian feeds.

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  • 700-02081931

    Close-up of Woman Holding Star Fish, San Clemente, Newport Beach, Orange County, Southern California, California, USA

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    Woman on Beach Listening to Seashell

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    Mixed race girl holding starfish on beach

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    Grilled fish and squid in market

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