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Chthamalus stellatus

Chthamalus stellatus

Crustacean - Percebes.iguaria - Plates with barnacles,  in this case goose neck barnacle (Pollicipes pollicipes) served at a Madrid restaurant.

Crustacean - Percebes.iguaria - Plates with barnacles, in this case goose neck barnacle (Pollicipes pollicipes) served at a Madrid restaurant.

Cowries are rare and reclusive mollusks, and spend most of their lives hiding under rocks in the South Pacific.

Cowries are rare and reclusive mollusks, and spend most of their lives hiding under rocks in the South Pacific.

Barred Eagle Owl

Barred Eagle Owl

Crustacean - Copepods, from Ernst Haeckel's 1904 work Kunstformen der Natur.

Crustacean - Copepods, from Ernst Haeckel's 1904 work Kunstformen der Natur.

Marine hermit crab Diogenes pugilator, using a shell of the dog whelk Nassarius reticulatus.

Marine hermit crab Diogenes pugilator, using a shell of the dog whelk Nassarius reticulatus.

Hermit crab in glass shell.

A Hermit Crab in a Glass Shell

Hermit crab in glass shell.

Imperator Shrimp. This tiny shrimp often lives in a symbiotic relationship with several nudibranch species, it lives on their back and in the gills of the nudibranch – feeding on it’s feces. They also live on sea cucumbers, but then they have a slightly different colour. This shrimp is easy to miss because of it’s size.

18 Amazing Underwater Macro Photos

Imperator Shrimp. This tiny shrimp often lives in a symbiotic relationship with several nudibranch species, it lives on their back and in the gills of the nudibranch – feeding on it’s feces. They also live on sea cucumbers, but then they have a slightly different colour. This shrimp is easy to miss because of it’s size.

The Ping Pong Tree Sponge, (Chondrocladia Lampadiglobus) lives more than 1.5 miles beneath the surface of the ocean and is carnivorous.

The Ping Pong Tree Sponge, (Chondrocladia Lampadiglobus) lives more than 1.5 miles beneath the surface of the ocean and is carnivorous.

Apis mellifera flying - Honey bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Apis mellifera flying - Honey bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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