Tag: Sceale Bay SA

Magic Reef by night,depth 1.6m
22-02-2009 Sceale Bay SA
Magic Reef by night,depth 1.6m 22-02-2009 Sceale Bay SA

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Silver Spot @ ‘Solar Tubes’ nr Sceale Bay SA Feb 2009 w inaugural SA RLS fld trip; dsm ci95324
Silver Spot @ ‘Solar Tubes’ nr Sceale Bay SA Feb 2009 w inaugural SA RLS fld trip; dsm ci95324

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davem Minor error:was not RLS's inaugural field trip within South Australia;apols for my mistake-Dave M
davem Hmmm...
davem My error;was not inaugural SA RLS field trip,I've since been informed.Apologies from the photographer.
davem I wonder if the above comment will 'stick'?
‘Can u spot the silver’; Silver Spot fish v. Sceale Bay SA 21-02-2009 dsm oi178904.
‘Can u spot the silver’; Silver Spot fish v. Sceale Bay SA 21-02-2009 dsm oi178904.

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Colony of marine worms, Sceale Bay SA 22-02-2009 dsm oi178979
Colony of marine worms, Sceale Bay SA 22-02-2009 dsm oi178979

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Intertidal pool @ Sceale Bay SA; Neptune’s Necklace (H.banksii) dominates
Intertidal pool @ Sceale Bay SA; Neptune’s Necklace (H.banksii) dominates

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Solitary Ascidian, clothed by compound ascidian colony, siphons spared Sceale Bay SA 22-02-2009
Southern Australia is increasingly recognised as having the world’s highest ascidian diversity (even though many species remain undescribed,  species new to science are still being found regularly,and most are endemic to temperate Southern Oz).
Solitary Ascidian, clothed by compound ascidian colony, siphons spared Sceale Bay SA 22-02-2009 Southern Australia is increasingly recognised as having the world’s highest ascidian diversity (even though many species remain undescribed, specie ...

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