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Ostracod (Ostracoda sp) adult, on sand at night, Seraya, Bali, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia, April  -  Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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80179036 Ostracod (Ostracoda sp) adult, on sand at night, Seraya, Bali, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia, April© Colin Marshall / FLPA
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791374 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791373 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791372 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Photographer Solvin Zankl taking pictures of the Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) and Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) Japan, May 2017.
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90791371 Photographer Solvin Zankl taking pictures of the Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) and Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) Japan, May 2017.© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii)  washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...
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90791370 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii)  washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...
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90791369 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-firefliy (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or prey de...
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90791368 Bioluminescent Sea-firefliy (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or prey de...© Solvin Zankl
Ostracods / sea fireflies are little crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs Ostracods use bioluminescent light for their mating display, like fireflies. Photographed for the fir...
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90754857 Ostracods / sea fireflies are little crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs Ostracods use bioluminescent light for their mating display, like fireflies. Photographed for the fir...© Solvin Zankl
Ostracods are little Crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs  Ostracods use bioluminescent light on there mating display, like fireflies. That is why they are called sea fireflie...
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90754856 Ostracods are little Crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs Ostracods use bioluminescent light on there mating display, like fireflies. That is why they are called sea fireflie...© Solvin Zankl
Ostracod (Gigantocypris muelleri) Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde. Captive.
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90734421 Ostracod (Gigantocypris muelleri) Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde. Captive.© Solvin Zankl
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