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Bay Ghost Shrimp (Neotrypaea californiensis) food for Gray Whales, found in muddy pits in shallow bottom areas where whales filter food from the mud, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbi...  -  Flip  Nicklin
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00117690 Bay Ghost Shrimp (Neotrypaea californiensis) food for Gray Whales, found in muddy pits in shallow bottom areas where whales filter food from the mud, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbi...© Flip Nicklin
Bay Ghost Shrimp (Neotrypaea californiensis) food for Gray Whales, found in muddy pits in shallow areas where whales filter food from the mud, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Cana...  -  Flip  Nicklin
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00117684 Bay Ghost Shrimp (Neotrypaea californiensis) food for Gray Whales, found in muddy pits in shallow areas where whales filter food from the mud, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Cana...© Flip Nicklin
Hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) male opening mouth, illicium / rod and esca / lure folded back on top of head. Skeleton shrimp (Caprellidae) parasites on fish's body. Ariake Sea, Japan.
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90856599 Hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) male opening mouth, illicium / rod and esca / lure folded back on top of head. Skeleton shrimp (Caprellidae) parasites on fish's body. Ariake Sea, Japan.©
Hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) female on reef, Skeleton shrimp (Caprellidae) parasites on fish's body. Ariake Sea, Japan.
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90856598 Hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) female on reef, Skeleton shrimp (Caprellidae) parasites on fish's body. Ariake Sea, Japan.©
Hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) male with esca / lure extended on illicium / rod to entice prey. Skeleton shrimp (Caprellidae) parasites on fish's body. Ariake Sea, Japan.
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90856575 Hairy frogfish (Antennarius striatus) male with esca / lure extended on illicium / rod to entice prey. Skeleton shrimp (Caprellidae) parasites on fish's body. Ariake Sea, Japan.©
Red-gilled aeolid nudibranch (Flabellina triophina) moving among Skeleton shrimp (Caprella sp.) The nudibranch does not prey upon amphipods; it eats stinging hydroids. Gambier Bay, Admiralty Island, A...
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90837270 Red-gilled aeolid nudibranch (Flabellina triophina) moving among Skeleton shrimp (Caprella sp.) The nudibranch does not prey upon amphipods; it eats stinging hydroids. Gambier Bay, Admiralty Island, A...© David Hall
Clown nudibranch (Triopha catalinae) grazing on Lace bryozoans (Membranipora serrilamella) surrounded by several caprellid amphipods, also known as 'skeleton shrimps' (Caprella sp.); Gambier B...
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90837228 Clown nudibranch (Triopha catalinae) grazing on Lace bryozoans (Membranipora serrilamella) surrounded by several caprellid amphipods, also known as 'skeleton shrimps' (Caprella sp.); Gambier B...© David Hall
Skeleton shrimp (Caprella septentrionalis) on kelp Russia. White Sea.
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90832008 Skeleton shrimp (Caprella septentrionalis) on kelp Russia. White Sea.© Pascal Kobeh
Soft coral ghostgoby (Pleurosicya boldinghi) swimming through Soft coral (Dendronephthya). Shrimp and benthic Comb-jellies (Ctenophora) present, all commensal. Pantar, Alor Archipelago, Indonesia.
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90822658 Soft coral ghostgoby (Pleurosicya boldinghi) swimming through Soft coral (Dendronephthya). Shrimp and benthic Comb-jellies (Ctenophora) present, all commensal. Pantar, Alor Archipelago, Indonesia.© David Hall
Skeleton shrimp (Caprella bispinosa) female and babies on Sea lettuce. Venomous spikes on female used to protect young. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
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90821117 Skeleton shrimp (Caprella bispinosa) female and babies on Sea lettuce. Venomous spikes on female used to protect young. Hokkaido, Japan. May.© Tony Wu
Skeleton / Ghost shrimp (Caprellidae). Tasiilaq, East Greenland. April.
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90804983 Skeleton / Ghost shrimp (Caprellidae). Tasiilaq, East Greenland. April.© Franco Banfi
Skeleton shrimps (Caprellidae) camouflaged on hydroid, Po Bin Chau, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.
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90796815 Skeleton shrimps (Caprellidae) camouflaged on hydroid, Po Bin Chau, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.© Magnus Lungren / Wild Wonders of China
Skeleton shrimp (Caprella septentrionalis) mating Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic, July
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90791010 Skeleton shrimp (Caprella septentrionalis) mating Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic, July© Olga Kamenskaya
Skeleton shrimp (Caprella septentrionalis) mating Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic, July
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90791009 Skeleton shrimp (Caprella septentrionalis) mating Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic, July© Olga Kamenskaya
Pink skeleton shrimp (Caprella sp.) portrait in red algae. Thistilfjord, Thorshofn, north east Iceland. North Atlantic Ocean.
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90730237 Pink skeleton shrimp (Caprella sp.) portrait in red algae. Thistilfjord, Thorshofn, north east Iceland. North Atlantic Ocean.© Alex Mustard
Gravid female Glass, Ghost shrimp on Glass sponge (Hexactinellida) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689977 Gravid female Glass, Ghost shrimp on Glass sponge (Hexactinellida) from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Glass sponge (Hexactinellida) view through mesh of ostium to glass, ghost shrimps inside, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90689976 Glass sponge (Hexactinellida) view through mesh of ostium to glass, ghost shrimps inside, from coral seamount, SW Indian Ridge, Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Deepsea Orange ghost lobster (Decopoda, Thalassinidae) from coral seamount in the Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90365502 Deepsea Orange ghost lobster (Decopoda, Thalassinidae) from coral seamount in the Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Deepsea Orange ghost lobster (Decopoda, Thalassinidae) from coral seamount in the Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90365480 Deepsea Orange ghost lobster (Decopoda, Thalassinidae) from coral seamount in the Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Deepsea Orange ghost lobster (Decopoda, Thalassinidae) from coral seamount in the Indian Ocean, December 2011  -  David Shale/ npl
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90365479 Deepsea Orange ghost lobster (Decopoda, Thalassinidae) from coral seamount in the Indian Ocean, December 2011© David Shale / NPL
Cleaner shrimp (Periclimenes sp) completely transparent on coral, Philippines, Indo pacific  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90021720 Cleaner shrimp (Periclimenes sp) completely transparent on coral, Philippines, Indo pacific© Jurgen Freund / NPL
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