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Images Dated 2007 March

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Choose from 36 pictures in our Images Dated 2007 March collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured March Print

Red-spotted porcelain crab (Neopetrolisthes maculatus)

Red-spotted porcelain crab (Neopetrolisthes maculatus), lives in a commensal relationship with anemones. The red spots on a porcelain-like body and their tendency to 'break' easily (i.e. shed claws when under stress) may account for the name. Anilao, Manila, Philippines

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Featured March Print

Wandering sea anemone (Nemanthus sp.)

Wandering sea anemone (Nemanthus sp.). These sea anemones attach to sea whips, hydroids and black corals, often in large numbers. Although found in deeper water as far south as Jervis Bay on the NSW coast, they are of tropical origin, the larval form being brought down by currents. They can release themselves from their host and wander through the water column to find a suitable new perching place. North Rock near Fish Soup, Solitary Islands Marine Park, New South Wales, Australia

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Featured March Print

Tube anemone (Pachycerianthus sp.)

Tube anemone (Pachycerianthus sp.), lives in sand-encrusted mucous tube buried in soft sediments. If disturbed, it can retract its body well into the tube. Has two sets of tentacles, one set encircling the mouth and another of much longer tentacles around the edge of the disc. They are most closely related to the black corals. Anilao, Manila, Philippines

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