RMDDP1JB–Large giant clam Tridacna maxima on corals and red boring sponge Egypt, Red Sea
RF2FM1N0A–Texture of blue carpet, close up.
RMKT2T07–38545 Rock-boring Mussel (Lithophagus) within a fragment of coral brecela Tortugas Florida
RM2H30B8M–Two species of rock-boring urchin are pictured here. The one with the thick spines is Echinometra mathaei, also known as a burrowing urchin. The other
RF2EDWFJA–Boring Giant Clam (Tridacna crocea) in the coral reef. underwater sea life
RFJBPNAT–Red boring sponge in the Red Sea
RMC5M4N6–Pajama/Pyjama Nudibranch (Chromodoris quadricolor) grazing on Orange Boring Sponge. Egypt, Red Sea.
RFEJ5B49–Underwater life, colorful encrusting sponge and brain coral on seabed of the Caribbean sea
RF2A690C9–a tridacna clam on a reef at heron island
RMGK6J2C–38545 Rock-boring Mussel (Lithophagus) within a fragment of coral brecela Tortugas, Florida
RMAFWFF8–Maldives Ari Atoll Kudarah Thila A Silicious Sponge
RMJP718F–Okinawa Gov. Takeshi Onaga attends a press conference in the prefectural capital, Naha, on Feb. 13, 2015. He indicated he may issue an order to temporarily suspend preparations to resume an offshore boring survey for the planned construction of a U.S. base replacement in the Henoko district in the face of criticism that the survey work is harmful to coral reef. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo
RF2AHMCX6–the wolf fangbelly, Petroscirtes lupus
RMT00YKA–Pisang Island unidentified Cowrie shell 2
RM2CGRDGP–. The history of mankind . ore the introduction of iron, exceedingly simple.The stone axe was the only implement for shapingposts and planks, or for felling trees, and togetherwith sharp shells it served for the execution of thelarger ornament, figures, wooden dishes, etc. Carvedand engraved work was done with shells and ratsteeth fixed in hard wood; shells, again, and thespines of sea-urchins or rays, served for boring, whilesmoothing was done with files from the skin of a rayand pieces of coral or pumice-stone. The shell-axewas as a rule more frequent in the west, the stone. : axe in the eas
RMHYM7GJ–Red Boring Sponge (Cliona delitrix) drilling into a coral. ..
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RM2H458K2–Two species of rock-boring urchin are pictured here. The one back in the crevice with the thick spines is Echinometra mathaei, also known as a burrowi
RFJBPNAP–Red boring sponge in the Red Sea
RMC5M4N8–Pajama/Pyjama Nudibranch (Chromodoris quadricolor) grazing on Orange Boring Sponge. Egypt, Red Sea.
RMJP6HFE–Photo taken on Feb. 20, 2015, shows submerged large concrete blocks on the seabed off the District of Henoko in Nago, Okinawa Prefecture, southwestern Japan, in preparation for a seabed-boring survey. The Okinawa prefectural government will conduct an underwater survey of the prospective site to be reclaimed for a new U.S. Marine Corps base from Feb. 24 following a claim by a citizens' group that the concrete blocks may be damaging coral reefs. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo
RF2AHMD0X–Petroscirtes mitratus, the floral blenny, floral fangblenny, helmeted blenny, or the crested sabretooth blenny
RMRDKG3G–. The Cambridge natural history. Zoology. 392 COELENTERATA ANTHOZOA the substratum of the coral reefs and islands is coral-formed Irmestone. To test the truth of this assumption an expedition was sent out to obtain, by boring, evidence of the character of the substratum of a typical atoll. The island of Funafuti in the ElUce group of the Pacific Ocean was selected, and after several attempts a successful boring was made to a depth of 1114 feet. The material from the boring was found to consist of rocks or sands entirely derived from the calcareous skeletons of marine Invertebrate animals and c
RFT1XEY5–Waiting blue sponge coral under sea cartoon
RM2H3075E–The needle-spined urchin, Echinostrephus aciculatus, is also known as a red rock boring urchin, Hawaii. This invertebrate grinds into solid limestone
RF2AHMD0E–Petroscirtes mitratus, the floral blenny, floral fangblenny, helmeted blenny, or the crested sabretooth blenny
RMRHJYC1–. The biology of marine animals. Marine animals; Physiology, Comparative. 658 THE BIOLOGY OF MARINE ANIMALS Boring Animals The reefs, rock, coral and wooden materials found in the inter-tidal zone and shallow inshore waters provide niches and crevices in which many animals lodge themselves. Beginning with efforts to enlarge and shape such ready-made cavities, or to burrow into soft shale, animals from several phyla have acquired the capacity to excavate hard materials— stone, wood or shell—and fashion their own burrows or galleries. The specialization of structure and function entailed by the
RFT0Y37Y–Waiting miniature orange coral reef in character
RM2H30BEW–The needle-spined urchin, Echinostrephus aciculatus, is also known as a red rock boring urchin, Hawaii. This invertebrate grinds into solid limestone
RMRHJYBC–. The biology of marine animals. Marine animals; Physiology, Comparative. Fig. 15.13. A Rock-boring Polychaete, Polydora ciliata (a) Worm extracted from its burrow; (b) mud tubes erected at the two openings of the burrow, from one of which the tentacles of the worm are extended; (c) diagrammatic section of the burrow with worm in position. Enlarged. (After Caiman (14).) of food is also exploited. The following account deals first with animals that excavate stone, shell or coral, followed by wood-borers. Excavation of Stone and Shell. Animals that bore into stone include sponges, polychaetes, s
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RM2H458FM–The needle-spined urchin, Echinostrephus aciculatus, is also known as a red rock boring urchin, Hawaii. This invertebrate grinds into solid limestone
RMRDNH91–. Sea-shore life; the invertebrates of the New York coast. Marine animals. F/,1^. 92: itock-boring Mussel (Liihopliagus) vc W a fragment of coral breccia. Tottugas, Flori(ia. ^m. Fig. gs; HAZOR SHELL. Florida. The author has observed a byssus formed l)y Litliiiphiniii.') from the Bahamas having a shell four and one-half inches long. The Razor Shell, ('Pinna vinvicatu, Fiij. 9o), is another inter-. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly re
RM2H6T41Y–A close look at a rock-boring urchin, Echinometra mathaei, also known as a burrowing urchin, Hawaii. This invertebrate grinds into solid limestone and
RMA6K033–CORAL-BORING SCALLOP, Pedum spondyloideum, MALAYSIA.
RMRJY9NT–. The atoll of Funafuti, Ellice group: its zoology, botany, ethnology, and general structure based on collections made by Mrs. Charles Hedley, of the Australian museum, Sydney, N. S. W. 502 FUNAFUTI ATOLL. Venus puerpera, L., var. listeri, Gray. Reeve, loc. cit., pi. v., sp. 14. Several adult valves were taken on the lagoon beach; and what seems a very young shell was caught by the tangles in forty to eighty fathoms on the western slope of the atoll. Venerupis macrophylla, Deshayes. Sowerby, Thes. Conch., ii., 1855, p. 763, pi. clxv., fig. 20. One small specimen taken boring dead coral in the
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RMAP4YM2–Coral boring scallop, Pedum spondyloideum, Mabul Island, Malaysia.
RM2EHAEJY–The boring giant clam, Tridacna crocea, will burrow deep into cracks in the reef and may form dense colonies in some places, Yap, Federated States of
RMPC8EY6–This sea cucumber, Holothuria pervicax, was photographed at night. It is rare to see during the day. Red boring sponge, Hamigera sp, is covering the f
RM2J9J8J8–A stained collector urchin, Pseudoboletia maculata, Philippines. It is found in the western central Pacific Ocean. This species is reef-associated, an
RM2DFFH4T–This sea cucumber, Holothuria sp., has yet to be scientifically identified, Hawaii. It is uncommon and thought to be endemic.
RMREJCX5–. Cold-water Coral Reefs: out of sight - no longer out of mind. UNEP-WCMC Biodiversity Series 22. Cold-water coral reefs. Figure U: Bioerosion, a major destructive process in the degradation of cold-water coral reefs: |A) External view of a bioeroded Lophelia sl<eleton with circular apertures of boring sponges (black arrow) and comma-shaped apertures of boring bryozoans (white arrow). (B) Broken Lophelia skeleton showing the boring sponge cavities. (C) SEM image of a resin cast of L. pertusa containing a boring fungi consortium. (D) SEM image of a resin-casted boring bryozoan that produces
RFP9R55N–Waiting exotic shell mascot cartoon
RMRE8A4A–. Coral and atolls: a history and description of the Keeling-Cocos Islands, with an account of their fauna and flora, and a discussion of the method of development and transformation of coral structures in general. Coral reefs and islands. 126 CORAL AND ATOLLS of the boring sponges, worms, or molluscs as a destructive It. The more obvious boring creatures do not cause damage agent. Fig. 44.. Colony SHOwiNa Death by Sediment ovektaking it erom below. to the colony other than to weaken its structure, and lead to its more ready destruction by the action of the waves or moving fragments; and beyon
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RFT1XD6A–Waiting pink seaweed in the mascot aquarium
RF2GGRX7A–Coral milky cap cartoon character with nope expression. Vector illustration
RF2GGMW16–Coral milky cap cartoon character with nope expression. Vector illustration
RF2H82JE7–Dalgona candy coral reefs cartoon character with nope expression. Vector illustration
RF2CC4NTF–Chart going up cartoon character with nope expression
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