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Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) pair filter feeding, Greece  -  Dimitris Poursanidis/ NIS
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00540010 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) pair filter feeding, Greece© Dimitris Poursanidis/ NIS
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) with tentacles extended for feeding, Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom  -  Sue Daly/ npl
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00412358 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) with tentacles extended for feeding, Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom© Sue Daly/ npl
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) trio with tentacles extended for feeding, Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom  -  Sue Daly/ npl
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00412357 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) trio with tentacles extended for feeding, Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom© Sue Daly/ npl
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) filter feeding, France  -  Jean Cassou/ Biosphoto
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00550418 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) filter feeding, France© Jean Cassou/ Biosphoto
Peacock Tube Worm (Sabella pavonina) with Cuttlefish eggs, Bouley Bay, Jersey, British Channel Islands  -  Sue Daly/ npl
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90406980 Peacock Tube Worm (Sabella pavonina) with Cuttlefish eggs, Bouley Bay, Jersey, British Channel Islands© Sue Daly / NPL
Peacock Tube Worm (Sabella pavonina) Bouley Bay, Jersey, British Channel Islands  -  Sue Daly/ npl
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90406978 Peacock Tube Worm (Sabella pavonina) Bouley Bay, Jersey, British Channel Islands© Sue Daly / NPL
Peacock Tube Worm (Sabella pavonina) Bouley Bay, Jersey, British Channel Islands  -  Sue Daly/ npl
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90406974 Peacock Tube Worm (Sabella pavonina) Bouley Bay, Jersey, British Channel Islands© Sue Daly / NPL
Detail of the filter feeding apendange of Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) Loch Carron, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, UK, April  -  Alex Mustard/ 2020V/ npl
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90364155 Detail of the filter feeding apendange of Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) Loch Carron, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, UK, April© Alex Mustard / 2020VISION / NPL
Peacock worms (Sabella pavonina), some withdrawn, some feeding, in Loch Long, Scotland  -  Elaine Whiteford/ npl
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90217046 Peacock worms (Sabella pavonina), some withdrawn, some feeding, in Loch Long, Scotland© Elaine Whiteford / NPL
Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) in Loch Long, Scotland  -  Elaine Whiteford/ npl
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90217041 Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) in Loch Long, Scotland© Elaine Whiteford / NPL
Sealoch anemones (Protanthea simplex), withdrawn Peacock worms (Sabella pavonina) and hydroid (Obelia geniculata) Loch Fyne, Scotland  -  Elaine Whiteford/ npl
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90216879 Sealoch anemones (Protanthea simplex), withdrawn Peacock worms (Sabella pavonina) and hydroid (Obelia geniculata) Loch Fyne, Scotland© Elaine Whiteford / NPL
Feeding peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) in Loch Long, Scotland  -  Elaine Whiteford/ npl
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90093436 Feeding peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) in Loch Long, Scotland© Elaine Whiteford / NPL
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) on a wreck in the Sound of Mull, Scotland  -  Elaine Whiteford/ npl
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90087393 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) on a wreck in the Sound of Mull, Scotland© Elaine Whiteford/ npl
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) in Loch Long, Scotland  -  Elaine Whiteford/ npl
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90087383 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) in Loch Long, Scotland© Elaine Whiteford/ npl
The peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) is a marine polychaete worm belonging to the family Sabellidae. It occurs along the coasts of Western Europe and the Mediterranean. It is found in shallow, tidal wa...  -  D.P. Wilson/ FLPA
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80134607 The peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) is a marine polychaete worm belonging to the family Sabellidae. It occurs along the coasts of Western Europe and the Mediterranean. It is found in shallow, tidal wa...© D P Wilson / FLPA
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) Tubes protruding from mud at low tide, Salcombe, Devon  -  D.P. Wilson/ FLPA
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80072237 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) Tubes protruding from mud at low tide, Salcombe, Devon© D P Wilson / FLPA
Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) group  -  D.P. Wilson/ FLPA
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80024487 Peacock Worm (Sabella pavonina) group© D P Wilson / FLPA
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