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Nautilus NA028: ROV Cruise report - Sample records of corals, mussels and sediments collected around Macondo, Gulf of Mexico - June 21 - July 5, 2013

Ecosystem Impacts of Oil and Gas Inputs to the Gulf (ECOGIG)

DOI:
10.7266/N7D21VJQ
 
UDI:
R1.x132.136:0010
Last Update:
Nov 11 2016 03:48 UTC
 
Dataset Author(s):
Charles Fisher
Point of Contact:
Fisher, Charles
Pennsylvania State University / Department of Biology
208 Mueller Lab
University Park, PA  16802
USA
cfisher@psu.edu
Funding Source:
RFP-I
Data Collection Period:
2013-06-21 to 2013-07-05

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Abstract:

This was a 16 day cruise to support the research of the ECOGIG consortium, funded by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. The research goals of the consortium are to investigate the ecosystem effects of natural oil and gas seepage to the Gulf of Mexico. The goals of the cruise were to visit benthic communities, primarily deep water corals, in the vicinity of the Macondo well, the location of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Specific tasks included detailed repeat imagery of known locations on the seafloor, collections of live corals for experiments carried out on board the ship, acquisition of sediment push cores, marker deployments, and exploration of unknown areas of the sites. Portions of the cruise were conducted alongside the R/V Endeavor and logistics and sampling were closely coordinated between the vessels. Between leaving Gulfport, MS on June 21st and arriving again on July 5th, we were able to make 14 dives with the ROVs Hercules and Argus. The dives ranged from 4 to 20 hours each, and went to depths between 400 and 2600 meters. On the cruise, we surveyed deep-sea coral sites that were impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, re-imaging corals that we have been monitoring since the spill. We collected live coral from the seafloor, keeping them alive on board and completing a series of oil- and dispersant-exposure experiments during the cruise (R1.x132.136:0005). We also collected a series of samples of the water just above corals and natural gas seeps, and a series of sediment samples from the same environments. We conducted most of the water and sediment sampling in close coordination with the R/V Endeavor, guiding their sampling to target the same locations that we discovered with the ROVs. In addition to these successes, perhaps the greatest impact of the cruise was in the Education and Outreach achieved through the telepresence capability of the ship. All of the dives were broadcast live over the Nautilus Live and Exploration Now web sites. We reached over 8,000 people and had over 22,000 web site hits during our cruise. In addition, the three educators on board reached thousands of other people through live interactive shows with various museums and aquaria including the Mystic Aquarium, the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach CA, the Exploratorium in San Francisco, the Houston Natural History Museum, and the Titanic Museum in Belfast, Ireland.

Purpose:

The goals of the cruise were to visit benthic communities, primarily deep water corals, in the vicinity of the Macondo well, the location of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Theme Keywords:

Corals, Oil Spill, Deep Sea, DeepWater Horizon

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Nautilus NA028: ROV Cruise report - Sample records of corals, mussels and sediments collected around Macondo, Gulf of Mexico - June 21 - July 5, 2013



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      Individual name: 
          Miles Saunders
      Organisation name: 
          Pennsylvania State University
      Position name: 
          Senior Research Technologist
      Contact info: 
        Contact: 
          Phone: 
            Telephone: 
              Voice: 
                  814-863-8360
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          Address: 
            Address: 
              Delivery point: 
                  218 Mueller Lab
              City: 
                  University Park
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                  Pennsylvania
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                  16802
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                  USA
              Electronic mail address: 
                  mgs190@psu.edu
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  Date stamp: 
      2016-12-12T23:13:18+00:00
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      ISO 19115-2:2009(E)
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      https://data.gulfresearchinitiative.org/metadata/R1.x132.136:0010
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Identification info: Data identification: Citation: Citation: Title: Nautilus NA028: ROV Cruise report - Sample records of corals, mussels and sediments collected around Macondo, Gulf of Mexico - June 21 - July 5, 2013 Alternate title: Date: Date: Date: 2016-11-11 Date type: Date type code: publication Abstract: This was a 16 day cruise to support the research of the ECOGIG consortium, funded by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. The research goals of the consortium are to investigate the ecosystem effects of natural oil and gas seepage to the Gulf of Mexico. The goals of the cruise were to visit benthic communities, primarily deep water corals, in the vicinity of the Macondo well, the location of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Specific tasks included detailed repeat imagery of known locations on the seafloor, collections of live corals for experiments carried out on board the ship, acquisition of sediment push cores, marker deployments, and exploration of unknown areas of the sites. Portions of the cruise were conducted alongside the R/V Endeavor and logistics and sampling were closely coordinated between the vessels. Between leaving Gulfport, MS on June 21st and arriving again on July 5th, we were able to make 14 dives with the ROVs Hercules and Argus. The dives ranged from 4 to 20 hours each, and went to depths between 400 and 2600 meters. On the cruise, we surveyed deep-sea coral sites that were impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, re-imaging corals that we have been monitoring since the spill. We collected live coral from the seafloor, keeping them alive on board and completing a series of oil- and dispersant-exposure experiments during the cruise (R1.x132.136:0005). We also collected a series of samples of the water just above corals and natural gas seeps, and a series of sediment samples from the same environments. We conducted most of the water and sediment sampling in close coordination with the R/V Endeavor, guiding their sampling to target the same locations that we discovered with the ROVs. In addition to these successes, perhaps the greatest impact of the cruise was in the Education and Outreach achieved through the telepresence capability of the ship. All of the dives were broadcast live over the Nautilus Live and Exploration Now web sites. We reached over 8,000 people and had over 22,000 web site hits during our cruise. In addition, the three educators on board reached thousands of other people through live interactive shows with various museums and aquaria including the Mystic Aquarium, the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach CA, the Exploratorium in San Francisco, the Houston Natural History Museum, and the Titanic Museum in Belfast, Ireland. Purpose: The goals of the cruise were to visit benthic communities, primarily deep water corals, in the vicinity of the Macondo well, the location of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Status: Progress code: completed Point of contact: Responsible party: Individual name: Charles Fisher Organisation name: Pennsylvania State University Position name: Professor Contact info: Contact: Phone: Telephone: Voice: 814-865-3365 Facsimile: Address: Address: Delivery point: 219 Mueller Lab City: University Park Administrative area: Pennsylvania Postal code: 16802 Country: USA Electronic mail address: cfisher@psu.edu Role: Role code: principalInvestigator Descriptive keywords: Keywords: Keyword: Corals Keyword: Oil Spill Keyword: Deep Sea Keyword: DeepWater Horizon Type: Keyword type code: theme Descriptive keywords: Keywords: Keyword: Gulf of Mexico Type: Keyword type code: place Language: eng; USA Topic category: Topic category code: biota Extent: Extent: Geographic element: Geographic bounding box: West bound longitude: -89.704 East bound longitude: -87.144 South bound latitude: 27.587 North bound latitude: 29.158 Geographic element: BoundingPolygon: Polygon: gml:MultiPoint: gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 27.5870 -89.7040 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 28.310 -87.1440 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 28.8530 -88.4920 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 28.6650 -88.4710 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 28.6820 -88.3450 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 28.6280 -88.9630 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 28.6340 -88.170 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 29.1580 -88.0170 gml:pointMember: Point: gml:pos: 29.0690 -88.3770 Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time period: Description: ground condition Begin date: 2013-06-21 End date: 2013-07-05 Supplemental Information: Data is images taken of corals in their native environment on the sea floor.
          
FILENAME ; COLONY NAME (child folder name) ; CORAL SPECIES Location (parent folder name): AT357 IMG_0153.JPG ; M12-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0160.JPG ; M12-11 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0160.JPG ; M12-12 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0162.JPG ; M12-13 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0162.JPG ; M12-14 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0162.JPG ; M12-15 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0163.JPG ; M12-16 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0142.JPG ; M12-2 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0139.JPG ; M12-3 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0139.JPG ; M12-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0145.JPG ; M12-5 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0145.JPG ; M12-6 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0145.JPG ; M12-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0145.JPG ; M12-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0153.JPG ; M12-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0075.JPG ; M13-1 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0096.JPG ; M13-10 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0096.JPG ; M13-11 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0115.JPG ; M13-12 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0119.JPG ; M13-13 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0121.JPG ; M13-14 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0124.JPG ; M13-15 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0128.JPG ; M13-16 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0128.JPG ; M13-17 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0128.JPG ; M13-18 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0115.JPG ; M13-19 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0079.JPG ; M13-2 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0119.JPG ; M13-20 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0084.JPG ; M13-3 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0086.JPG ; M13-3 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0093.JPG ; M13-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0078.JPG ; M13-9 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0075.JPG ; M15-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0095.JPG ; M15-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0075.JPG ; M15-11 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0075.JPG ; M15-12 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0075.JPG ; M15-13 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0075.JPG ; M15-14 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0076.JPG ; M15-15 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0094.JPG ; M15-19 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0076.JPG ; M15-2 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0086.JPG ; M15-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0094.JPG ; M15-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0095.JPG ; M15-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0104.JPG ; M16-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0106.JPG ; M16-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0104.JPG ; M16-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0106.JPG ; M16-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0099.JPG ; M16-11 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0099.JPG ; M16-12 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0099.JPG ; M16-13 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0099.JPG ; M16-14 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0099.JPG ; M16-3 ; Paramuricea sp. B4 IMG_0100.JPG ; M16-4 ; Zoanthids covering Paramuricea sp. IMG_0100.JPG ; M16-5 ; Zoanthids covering Paramuricea sp. IMG_0099.JPG ; M16-6 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0104.JPG ; M16-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0106.JPG ; M16-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0104.JPG ; M16-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0106.JPG ; M16-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0104.JPG ; M16-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0106.JPG ; M16-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0005.JPG ; M17-1 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0012.JPG ; M17-2 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0012.JPG ; M17-3 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0012.JPG ; M17-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0014.JPG ; M17-5 ; Madrepora sp. IMG_0008.JPG ; M17-6 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0032.JPG ; M17-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0022.JPG ; M17-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0024.JPG ; M17-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0001.JPG ; M19-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0011.JPG ; M19-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0023.JPG ; M19-11 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0024.JPG ; M19-12 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0007.JPG ; M19-2 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0005.JPG ; M19-3 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0005.JPG ; M19-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0012.JPG ; M19-5 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0015.JPG ; M19-6 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0018.JPG ; M19-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0010.JPG ; M19-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0018.JPG ; M19-9 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0027.JPG ; M20-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0028.JPG ; M20-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0029.JPG ; M20-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0071.JPG ; M20-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0030.JPG ; M20-12 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0036.JPG ; M20-13 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0036.JPG ; M20-14 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0036.JPG ; M20-15 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0038.JPG ; M20-16 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0059.JPG ; M20-17 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0059.JPG ; M20-18 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0059.JPG ; M20-19 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0036.JPG ; M20-2 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0038.JPG ; M20-3 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0049.JPG ; M20-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0059.JPG ; M20-5 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0063.JPG ; M20-6 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0065.JPG ; M20-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0065.JPG ; M20-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0067.JPG ; M20-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0044.JPG ; T3-1 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0072.JPG ; T3-10 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0069.JPG ; T3-11 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0047.JPG ; T3-12 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0064.JPG ; T3-13 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0047.JPG ; T3-2 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0051.JPG ; T3-3 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0064.JPG ; T3-4 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0061.JPG ; T3-5 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0062.JPG ; T3-6 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0064.JPG ; T3-7 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0067.JPG ; T3-8 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0067.JPG ; T3-9 ; Paramuricea sp.
          
Location: DC673 IMG_0002.JPG ; M40-1 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0001.JPG ; M40-2 ; Bathypathes sp. IMG_0004.JPG ; M40-3 ; Stichopathes sp. IMG_0003.JPG ; M40-4 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0005.JPG ; M40-5 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0006.JPG ; M40-6 ; Unknown IMG_0008.JPG ; M40-7 ; Unknown IMG_0014.JPG ; M40-8 ; Unknown IMG_0053.JPG ; M41-1 ; Iridigorgia IMG_0062.JPG ; M41-10 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera IMG_0062.JPG ; M41-11 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0063.JPG ; M41-12 ; Unknown IMG_0064.JPG ; M41-13 ; Keratoisidinae IMG_0068.JPG ; M41-14 ; Keratoisidinae IMG_0068.JPG ; M41-15 ; Unknown IMG_0068.JPG ; M41-16 ; Unknown 7IMG_0071.JPG ; M41-17 ; Unknown 7IMG_0072.JPG ; M41-18 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0002.JPG ; M41-19 ; Unknown 7IMG_0070.JPG ; M41-19 ; Unknown IMG_0055.JPG ; M41-2 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0003.JPG ; M41-20 ; Unknown 7IMG_0070.JPG ; M41-20 ; Unknown 7IMG_0002.JPG ; M41-21 ; Unknown 7IMG_0003.JPG ; M41-22 ; Unknown 7IMG_0003.JPG ; M41-23 ; Unknown 7IMG_0003.JPG ; M41-24 ; Unknown 7IMG_0004.JPG ; M41-25 ; Unknown 7IMG_0009.JPG ; M41-26 ; Unknown 7IMG_0011.JPG ; M41-27 ; Unknown 7IMG_0011.JPG ; M41-28 ; Unknown 7IMG_0012.JPG ; M41-29 ; Unknown IMG_0059.JPG ; M41-3 ; Paramuricea biscaya 7IMG_0013.JPG ; M41-30 ; Unknown 7IMG_0016.JPG ; M41-31 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0017.JPG ; M41-32 ; Paramuricea sp. 7IMG_0018.JPG ; M41-33 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0021.JPG ; M41-34 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0022.JPG ; M41-35 ; Anthomastus 7IMG_0024.JPG ; M41-36 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0002.JPG ; M41-37 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0024.JPG ; M41-38 ; Paramuricea sp. 7IMG_0026.JPG ; M41-39 ; Paramuricea sp. IMG_0059.JPG ; M41-4 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0027.JPG ; M41-40 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0027.JPG ; M41-41 ; Unknown 7IMG_0029.JPG ; M41-42 ; Keratoisidinae 7IMG_0029.JPG ; M41-43 ; Paramuricea sp. 7IMG_0030.JPG ; M41-44 ; Unknown 7IMG_0033.JPG ; M41-45 ; Iridigorgia IMG_0059.JPG ; M41-5 ; Keratoisidinae IMG_0061.JPG ; M41-6 ; Unknown IMG_0061.JPG ; M41-7 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0061.JPG ; M41-8 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0062.JPG ; M41-9 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera
          
Location: MC118 IMG_0051.JPG ; M22-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0067.JPG ; M22-10 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0067.JPG ; M22-11 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0056.JPG ; M22-2 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0057.JPG ; M22-3 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0059.JPG ; M22-4 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0061.JPG ; M22-5 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0061.JPG ; M22-6 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0067.JPG ; M22-7 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0068.JPG ; M22-8 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0066.JPG ; M22-9 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0076.JPG ; M26-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0077.JPG ; M26-2 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0049.JPG ; M28-1 ; Paramuricea sp.* IMG_0049.JPG ; M28-2 ; Paramuricea sp.* IMG_0047.JPG ; M29-1 ; Paramuricea sp. B3 IMG_0044.JPG ; T1-1 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0044.JPG ; T1-2 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0044.JPG ; T1-3 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0042.JPG ; T1-4 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0042.JPG ; T1-5 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0044.JPG ; T1-6 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0009.JPG ; X-1 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0011.JPG ; X-2 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0013.JPG ; X-3 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0017.JPG ; X-4 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0022.JPG ; X-5 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0023.JPG ; X-6 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera* IMG_0033.JPG ; X-7 ; Madrepora cf. prolifera*
          
Location: MC294 IMG_0026.JPG ; A10 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0021.JPG ; A13 ; Paramuricea skeleton? IMG_0026.JPG ; A14 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0014.JPG ; A15 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0018.JPG ; A17 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0014.JPG ; A2 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0122.JPG ; A3 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0010.JPG ; A4 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0021.JPG ; A5 ; Paramuricea skeleton? IMG_0018.JPG ; A6 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0117.JPG ; A8 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0008.JPG ; A9 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0009.JPG ; A9 ; Paragorgia regalis IMG_0113.JPG ; B1 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0051.JPG ; B10 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0062.JPG ; B12 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0109.JPG ; B2 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0054.JPG ; B4 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0044.JPG ; B7 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0045.JPG ; B7 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0047.JPG ; B7 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0050.JPG ; B7 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0069.JPG ; B8 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0067.JPG ; B9 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0108.JPG ; C1 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0041.JPG ; C2 ; Paramuricea biscaya B2 IMG_0042.JPG ; C3 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0041.JPG ; C4 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0108.JPG ; C5 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0040.JPG ; C6 ; Clavularia rudis IMG_0107.JPG ; C7 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0103.JPG ; C8 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0009.JPG ; D1 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0019.JPG ; D2 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0017.JPG ; D3 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0018.JPG ; D3 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0033.JPG ; D5 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0015.JPG ; D7 ; Paramuricea biscay ⋮ a biscaya IMG_0061.JPG ; MM2-4 ; Paramuricea biscaya IMG_0058.JPG ; MM2-5 ; Paramuricea biscaya|||||
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