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An Atlantic ghost crab (Ocypode quadrata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Atlantic ghost crab (Ocypode quadrata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A decorator crab (Macrocoeloma trispinosum) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A decorator crab (Macrocoeloma trispinosum) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A porcelain crab (Porcellana sayana) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A decorator crab (Stenocionops furcata coelata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A decorator crab (Stenocionops furcata coelata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A decorator crab (Stenocionops furcata coelata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A decorator crab (Stenocionops furcata coelata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A giant red hermit crab (Petrochirus diogenes) in a manmade glass shell at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A giant red hermit crab (Petrochirus diogenes) in a manmade glass shell at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A giant red hermit crab (Petrochirus diogenes) in a manmade glass shell at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A common egg cockle (Laevicardium laevigatum) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A common egg cockle (Laevicardium laevigatum) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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An eared snail (Sinum maculatum) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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An eared snail (Sinum maculatum) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A Cabrit’s murex (Murex cabritii) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A Cabrit’s murex (Murex cabritii) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Red shell coral (Cladocora arbuscula) Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Yellow ball sponge (Cinachyra allocladia) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Yellow ball sponge (Cinachyra allocladia) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Gulf hagfish (Eptatretus springeri) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Gulf hagfish (Eptatretus springeri) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Gulf hagfish (Eptatretus springeri) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Red shell coral (Cladocora arbuscula) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Rosebud coral (Phyllangia americana) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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Rosebud coral (Phyllangia americana) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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An Atlantic midshipman, Porichthys plectrodon, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab. This kind of fish has light producing cells called photophores running up and down their sides. These are used to attract prey. The gold dots are reminiscent of a midshipman’s naval uniform, hence the name.

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An Atlantic midshipman, Porichthys plectrodon, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab. This kind of fish has light producing cells called photophores running up and down their sides. These are used to attract prey. The gold dots are reminiscent of a midshipman’s naval uniform, hence the name.

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An Atlantic midshipman, Porichthys plectrodon, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab. This kind of fish has light producing cells called photophores running up and down their sides. These are used to attract prey. The gold dots are reminiscent of a midshipman’s naval uniform, hence the name.

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An Atlantic midshipman, Porichthys plectrodon, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab. This kind of fish has light producing cells called photophores running up and down their sides. These are used to attract prey. The gold dots are reminiscent of a midshipman’s naval uniform, hence the name.

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An Atlantic midshipman, Porichthys plectrodon, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab. This kind of fish has light producing cells called photophores running up and down their sides. These are used to attract prey. The gold dots are reminiscent of a midshipman’s naval uniform, hence the name.

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A Florida crown conch, Melongena corona, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A Florida crown conch, Melongena corona, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A red devil’s finger sponge, Axinella, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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A red devil’s finger sponge, Axinella, at Pure Aquariums from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab.

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