Showing results for
Healthy Coral Polyps
Healthy coral is colorful. The entire coral is actually a colony of many little...
Waving Sea Fans
Sea fans—softer-bodied coral relatives—colonizing a dead stony coral framework.
Coral Larvae Settling
The small larvae of elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) settle and grow on the...
A live coral polyp with turquoise tissue and brown tentacles closes its mouth (the...
The Arctic Tern could really be called the Arctic-Antarctic Tern. It has the...
Dead Man’s Fingers
Dead man’s fingers (Alcyonium digitatum) are soft corals named for their...
Dr. Martha Nizinski holds a specimen of a fan sponge (Phakellia sp.) collected at a...
Arctic Comb Jelly
The Arctic comb jelly or sea nut (Mertensia ovum) is commonly found in the surface...
Toothy Goby in Coral
The toothy goby or common ghost goby (Pleurosicya mossambica) lives among soft...