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PUGET SOUND BEACH LIFE
PUGET SOUND BEACH LIFE
CRUSTACEANS
THATCHED BARNACLE
larvae
ACORN BARNACLE
CIRRI
Barnacle molt
Giant barnacle
Black-clawed crab
Black-clawed
crab with eggs
B.C. crab w/barnacle
Black-clawed Crab w/eggs
Graceful decorator
crab
Graceful decorator
crab
Dungeness crab
larvae
Dungeness
crab molts
Dungeness crabs
mating pair
Hairy shore crab
Purple shore crab
Non-native crab
Helmet crab
Helmet crab molt
Northern kelp crab
Kelp crab eggs
Male kelp crab
Oregon cancer
crab
Graceful cancer crab
Red Rock Crab
molt
Live crab
“Mating” red rock
crabs
Juvenile red rock
crabs
Red rock crab
molt
Sharp-nose Crab
Hairy crab
Hermit crab
Porcelain crab
Blue Crab-Alki
Thickclaw porcelain
crab
Isopod
Isopods -
Rockweed
Eelgrass isopods
Sea slater - isopod
Oregon Pill Bug
Ghost shrimp
Shrimp
Amphipods –Sand
Fleas
MOLLUSKS
Hairy chiton
chiton
footgills
mouth
Woody chiton
Lined chiton
Woody and
lined chitons
Merten’s chiton
Mossy chiton
Gumboot chiton
Gumboot chiton
mouth
foot
Radula – gumboot
chiton
Gumboot chiton
Gumboot chiton
spawning (eggs)
Black Katy or
leather
chiton
Shells
mostly
hidden
Clam siphons
in
out
Littleneck clam
drilled by moon
snail
Heart cockle
foot
Horse clam
Horse clam
Horse clam
siphon
Japanese oyster
Jingle shell or
rock oyster
Jingle shells
Littleneck
clams
Manila
Pacific
Littleneck clams
Heart cockle
J. Oyster
Butter
clams
Butter clams
blue mussel
byssus
Horse Mussel
Byssus
Piddock clam
Piddock clams in
clay burrows
Piddock clam
siphon
Washington ugly
clam
Pink scallop
eyes
Shipworm (clam)
siphon
piling
Shipworm (clam)
out of burrow
Shells for
drilling
siphon
Bubble shell snail
with egg case
Bubble shell snail
with egg case
Leather Limpet
Emarginate dogwinkle
Dog whelk
Dog whelk
with egg
capsules
Dunce cap limpet
Limpets
Limpets
Limpet radula tracks on mussel shell algae
Slipper Shell Snail
Moon snail
veliger
Moon snail and
egg case (sand
collar)
Sand collar
Moon snail pumping
out water to contract
into shell
Oyster drill
Ribbed topshell
snail
Top shell snail
mouth
foot
Periwinkle snails
Keyhole limpet
Lion sea slug
Odhner’s dorid sea
slug (mating)
Opalescent sea slug
Sea lemon sea slug
eggs
gills
Barnacle eating sea
slug
Barnacle Eating Sea Slugs with
eggs
Taylor’s sea hare
Shaggy mouse sea slug
Shaggy mouse sea
slug with eggs
Ring-spotted dorid sea
slug with eggs
eggs
Nanaimo Dorid
Lined sea slug
eggs
Giant Pacific octopus
eggs
Red Octopus
Red Octopus w/eggs
Squid eggs
CNIDARIANS
Aggregate anemones
Aggregate anemones
Green anemone
Plumose Anemones
Mottled anemone
Mottled anemone
Plumose
anemones
hydroids
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Fried egg jellyfish
Orange sea pen
Echinoderms
Blood star
Brittle star
Brittle star
Giant pink star
Leather star
madriporite
Mottled stars
Purple sea
stars
Sunflower and
purple stars
Sunflower stars
Rose star
Vermilion star
Stimpson’s sun star
Stimpson’s sun star Morning sun star
lunch
lunch
Six-rayed star
eggs
Sea Star Wasting Disease
20 Species
Summer 2012 Olympic Penn.
Alaska to Mexico
Surveys at Constellation Marine
Reserve
201...
Constellation M.R.
2011 – Pisaster o. 609 healthy 0 SSWD
2015 78 healthy 19 SSWD
Green sea urchin
jaws
Red and Purple Sea Urchins
Sand dollar
Test
(skeleton)
Red (burrowing) sea cucumber
Red (burrowing) sea
cucumber
Oral podia -
tentacles
eggs
White sea cucumber
California sea
cucumber
California sea cucumber
oral podia
Porifera - sponges
Yellow
encrusting
sponge
Red sponge
Pink
encrusting
sponge
Worms
Calcareous tube worm
plug
Feather duster worm
Glass tube
Flatworms
Hairy gilled worm
Scaleworm
Hairy gilled worms
tentacles
Green polychete
worm and eggs
Sand (cement) tube worms
Colonial calcareous tube worms
Bamboo tube worm
Tusk worm
Digging
paleae and
tentacles
Orange ribbon
worm
Moss animals - Bryozoans
Rust
color
colonies
Bryozoan on Kelp
Lamp shell
Tunicates – sea
squirts
Colonial sea squirt
Flattop Sea squirt
Warty sea
squirt
Invasive tunicate
Didemnum lahillei
Noctiluca
Plainfin
midshipman
Midshipman eggs
Tidepool sculpin
Tidepool sculpins
Sculpin eggs
Gunnels and Pricklebacks
Penpoint gunnel
Penpoint gunnel
Red gunnel
Crescent gunnel
eggs
Black PB
Black PB
English sole - Flounder
N. Clingfish
Clingfish
Suction cup
eggs
Hali & Luke
Jr.
Black Turnstone
Heron w/staghorn
sculpin
Golden Gardens Gang
Osprey
Hollow gut seaweed
Sea Lettuce
Ulva spp
Green sea moss
rockweed
Cauliflower
seaweed
Bubble
seaweed
Acid kelp
Soda straws
seaweed
Feather boa
seaweed
Sea cabbage
Sargassum
Wireweed
Sugar kelp
Bull kelp
Spore Patch
Strap kelp
Rainbow Seaweed
Rainbow seaweed
Hollow sac
seaweed
Succulent
seaweed
Turkish
towel
Winged rib seaweed
Tar spot – Turkish Washcloth
Pink coralline
algae
Branched Coralline Algae
Misc. Red
seaweeds
Eelgrass with red
epiphyte seaweed
(Smithora)
Eelgrass
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Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
Puget sound beach life05  pp 10-15
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Puget sound beach life05 pp 10-15

  1. 1. PUGET SOUND BEACH LIFE PUGET SOUND BEACH LIFE
  2. 2. CRUSTACEANS
  3. 3. THATCHED BARNACLE larvae
  4. 4. ACORN BARNACLE
  5. 5. CIRRI
  6. 6. Barnacle molt
  7. 7. Giant barnacle
  8. 8. Black-clawed crab
  9. 9. Black-clawed crab with eggs
  10. 10. B.C. crab w/barnacle
  11. 11. Black-clawed Crab w/eggs
  12. 12. Graceful decorator crab
  13. 13. Graceful decorator crab
  14. 14. Dungeness crab larvae
  15. 15. Dungeness crab molts
  16. 16. Dungeness crabs mating pair
  17. 17. Hairy shore crab
  18. 18. Purple shore crab
  19. 19. Non-native crab
  20. 20. Helmet crab
  21. 21. Helmet crab molt
  22. 22. Northern kelp crab
  23. 23. Kelp crab eggs
  24. 24. Male kelp crab
  25. 25. Oregon cancer crab
  26. 26. Graceful cancer crab
  27. 27. Red Rock Crab
  28. 28. molt Live crab
  29. 29. “Mating” red rock crabs
  30. 30. Juvenile red rock crabs
  31. 31. Red rock crab molt
  32. 32. Sharp-nose Crab
  33. 33. Hairy crab
  34. 34. Hermit crab
  35. 35. Porcelain crab
  36. 36. Blue Crab-Alki
  37. 37. Thickclaw porcelain crab
  38. 38. Isopod
  39. 39. Isopods - Rockweed
  40. 40. Eelgrass isopods
  41. 41. Sea slater - isopod
  42. 42. Oregon Pill Bug
  43. 43. Ghost shrimp
  44. 44. Shrimp
  45. 45. Amphipods –Sand Fleas
  46. 46. MOLLUSKS
  47. 47. Hairy chiton
  48. 48. chiton footgills mouth
  49. 49. Woody chiton
  50. 50. Lined chiton
  51. 51. Woody and lined chitons
  52. 52. Merten’s chiton
  53. 53. Mossy chiton
  54. 54. Gumboot chiton
  55. 55. Gumboot chiton mouth foot
  56. 56. Radula – gumboot chiton
  57. 57. Gumboot chiton
  58. 58. Gumboot chiton spawning (eggs)
  59. 59. Black Katy or leather chiton Shells mostly hidden
  60. 60. Clam siphons in out
  61. 61. Littleneck clam drilled by moon snail
  62. 62. Heart cockle foot
  63. 63. Horse clam
  64. 64. Horse clam
  65. 65. Horse clam siphon
  66. 66. Japanese oyster
  67. 67. Jingle shell or rock oyster
  68. 68. Jingle shells
  69. 69. Littleneck clams Manila Pacific
  70. 70. Littleneck clams Heart cockle J. Oyster Butter clams
  71. 71. Butter clams
  72. 72. blue mussel byssus
  73. 73. Horse Mussel Byssus
  74. 74. Piddock clam
  75. 75. Piddock clams in clay burrows
  76. 76. Piddock clam siphon
  77. 77. Washington ugly clam
  78. 78. Pink scallop eyes
  79. 79. Shipworm (clam) siphon piling
  80. 80. Shipworm (clam) out of burrow Shells for drilling siphon
  81. 81. Bubble shell snail with egg case
  82. 82. Bubble shell snail with egg case
  83. 83. Leather Limpet
  84. 84. Emarginate dogwinkle
  85. 85. Dog whelk
  86. 86. Dog whelk with egg capsules
  87. 87. Dunce cap limpet
  88. 88. Limpets
  89. 89. Limpets
  90. 90. Limpet radula tracks on mussel shell algae
  91. 91. Slipper Shell Snail
  92. 92. Moon snail veliger
  93. 93. Moon snail and egg case (sand collar) Sand collar
  94. 94. Moon snail pumping out water to contract into shell
  95. 95. Oyster drill
  96. 96. Ribbed topshell snail
  97. 97. Top shell snail mouth foot
  98. 98. Periwinkle snails
  99. 99. Keyhole limpet
  100. 100. Lion sea slug
  101. 101. Odhner’s dorid sea slug (mating)
  102. 102. Opalescent sea slug
  103. 103. Sea lemon sea slug eggs gills
  104. 104. Barnacle eating sea slug
  105. 105. Barnacle Eating Sea Slugs with eggs
  106. 106. Taylor’s sea hare
  107. 107. Shaggy mouse sea slug
  108. 108. Shaggy mouse sea slug with eggs
  109. 109. Ring-spotted dorid sea slug with eggs eggs
  110. 110. Nanaimo Dorid
  111. 111. Lined sea slug eggs
  112. 112. Giant Pacific octopus eggs
  113. 113. Red Octopus
  114. 114. Red Octopus w/eggs
  115. 115. Squid eggs
  116. 116. CNIDARIANS
  117. 117. Aggregate anemones
  118. 118. Aggregate anemones
  119. 119. Green anemone
  120. 120. Plumose Anemones
  121. 121. Mottled anemone
  122. 122. Mottled anemone Plumose anemones
  123. 123. hydroids
  124. 124. Lion’s mane jellyfish
  125. 125. Fried egg jellyfish
  126. 126. Orange sea pen
  127. 127. Echinoderms
  128. 128. Blood star
  129. 129. Brittle star
  130. 130. Brittle star
  131. 131. Giant pink star
  132. 132. Leather star madriporite
  133. 133. Mottled stars
  134. 134. Purple sea stars
  135. 135. Sunflower and purple stars
  136. 136. Sunflower stars
  137. 137. Rose star
  138. 138. Vermilion star
  139. 139. Stimpson’s sun star
  140. 140. Stimpson’s sun star Morning sun star lunch lunch
  141. 141. Six-rayed star eggs
  142. 142. Sea Star Wasting Disease 20 Species Summer 2012 Olympic Penn. Alaska to Mexico Surveys at Constellation Marine Reserve 2011 Pisaster o. 609 2015 Summer Pisaster o. 78/19SSWD
  143. 143. Constellation M.R. 2011 – Pisaster o. 609 healthy 0 SSWD 2015 78 healthy 19 SSWD
  144. 144. Green sea urchin jaws
  145. 145. Red and Purple Sea Urchins
  146. 146. Sand dollar Test (skeleton)
  147. 147. Red (burrowing) sea cucumber
  148. 148. Red (burrowing) sea cucumber Oral podia - tentacles
  149. 149. eggs
  150. 150. White sea cucumber
  151. 151. California sea cucumber
  152. 152. California sea cucumber oral podia
  153. 153. Porifera - sponges
  154. 154. Yellow encrusting sponge
  155. 155. Red sponge
  156. 156. Pink encrusting sponge
  157. 157. Worms
  158. 158. Calcareous tube worm plug
  159. 159. Feather duster worm Glass tube
  160. 160. Flatworms
  161. 161. Hairy gilled worm Scaleworm
  162. 162. Hairy gilled worms tentacles
  163. 163. Green polychete worm and eggs
  164. 164. Sand (cement) tube worms
  165. 165. Colonial calcareous tube worms
  166. 166. Bamboo tube worm
  167. 167. Tusk worm Digging paleae and tentacles
  168. 168. Orange ribbon worm
  169. 169. Moss animals - Bryozoans Rust color colonies
  170. 170. Bryozoan on Kelp
  171. 171. Lamp shell
  172. 172. Tunicates – sea squirts Colonial sea squirt
  173. 173. Flattop Sea squirt
  174. 174. Warty sea squirt
  175. 175. Invasive tunicate Didemnum lahillei
  176. 176. Noctiluca
  177. 177. Plainfin midshipman
  178. 178. Midshipman eggs
  179. 179. Tidepool sculpin
  180. 180. Tidepool sculpins
  181. 181. Sculpin eggs
  182. 182. Gunnels and Pricklebacks
  183. 183. Penpoint gunnel
  184. 184. Penpoint gunnel
  185. 185. Red gunnel
  186. 186. Crescent gunnel eggs
  187. 187. Black PB
  188. 188. Black PB
  189. 189. English sole - Flounder
  190. 190. N. Clingfish
  191. 191. Clingfish Suction cup
  192. 192. eggs
  193. 193. Hali & Luke
  194. 194. Jr.
  195. 195. Black Turnstone
  196. 196. Heron w/staghorn sculpin
  197. 197. Golden Gardens Gang
  198. 198. Osprey
  199. 199. Hollow gut seaweed
  200. 200. Sea Lettuce Ulva spp
  201. 201. Green sea moss
  202. 202. rockweed
  203. 203. Cauliflower seaweed
  204. 204. Bubble seaweed
  205. 205. Acid kelp
  206. 206. Soda straws seaweed
  207. 207. Feather boa seaweed
  208. 208. Sea cabbage
  209. 209. Sargassum Wireweed
  210. 210. Sugar kelp
  211. 211. Bull kelp
  212. 212. Spore Patch
  213. 213. Strap kelp
  214. 214. Rainbow Seaweed
  215. 215. Rainbow seaweed
  216. 216. Hollow sac seaweed
  217. 217. Succulent seaweed
  218. 218. Turkish towel
  219. 219. Winged rib seaweed
  220. 220. Tar spot – Turkish Washcloth
  221. 221. Pink coralline algae
  222. 222. Branched Coralline Algae
  223. 223. Misc. Red seaweeds
  224. 224. Eelgrass with red epiphyte seaweed (Smithora)
  225. 225. Eelgrass
  226. 226. Buzzmarinelife.blogspot.com

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