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Images Dated 2015 August

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Desert hamster (Phodopus roborovskii) Featured August Image

Desert hamster (Phodopus roborovskii)

Desert hamster (Phodopus roborovskii), on miniature deck chair. The smallest and fastest hamster; commonly kept as pet. Origin: northern China, Gobi Desert, Inner Mongolia

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Asia, Asian, Cheek Pouches, Desert Steppe, Deserts, Domesticated, Dwarf Desert Hamster, Dwarf Hamster, Eutheria, Gobi Desert, House Pet, Household, Mammal, Mammalia, Muridae, Nocturnal, Northern China, Pet, Pet Species, Phodopus, Phodopus Roborovski, Robo, Roborovski Hamster, Rodent, Rodentia, Tame, Tiny

Rock pool, viewed from below with Neptunes necklace (Hormosira banksii) Featured August Image

Rock pool, viewed from below with Neptunes necklace (Hormosira banksii)

Rock pool, viewed from below with Neptune's necklace (Hormosira banksii), The pool also contains Sea lettuce (Ulva australis), an edible green alga only two cells thick. Some zebra shells (Austrocochlea constricta) are also evident. Yamba, New South Wales, Australia

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Alga, Algae, Aquatic, Australian, Bead, Brown Algae, Bubbleweed, Chromalveolata, Clear Water, From Below, Fucales, Heterokontophyta, Hormosira, Hormosiraceae, Littoral Zone, Low Angle View, Marine, Marine Life, Neptune?s Pearls, Neptunes Pearls, New Zealand, Ocean, Phaeophyceae, Plant, Rim, Rock Pool, Rockpool, Sea Grapes, Sea Life, Seaweed, Underwater, Vegetation

Underwater view of a rock pool with a man and woman peering into it Featured August Image

Underwater view of a rock pool with a man and woman peering into it

Underwater view of a rock pool with a man and woman peering into it The pool contains mainly brown algae, including Neptune's Necklace (Hormosira banksii) at the rim. There is also Sea lettuce (Ulva australis), an edible green alga only two cells thick. Some zebra shells (Austrocochlea constricta) are also evident. The Neck, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands, South Atlantic

© Mark Spencer/AUSCAPE All rights reserved