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Red coral (Corallium rubrum) Punta Sant'Angelo dive-site, Ischia Island, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea, Mediterranean, vulnerable species  -  Franco Banfi/ npl
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90390139 Red coral (Corallium rubrum) Punta Sant'Angelo dive-site, Ischia Island, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea, Mediterranean, vulnerable species© Franco Banfi / NPL
Red coral with polyps extended (Corallium rubrum) Balearic Is, Mediterranean  -  Georgette Douwma/ npl
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90202070 Red coral with polyps extended (Corallium rubrum) Balearic Is, Mediterranean© GEORGETTE DOUWMA / NPL
Red coral with polyps retracted (Corallium rubrum) Mediterranean  -  Georgette Douwma/ npl
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90202069 Red coral with polyps retracted (Corallium rubrum) Mediterranean© GEORGETTE DOUWMA / NPL
Red coral (Corallium rubrum) with open polyps, Larvotto Marine Reserve, Monaco, Mediterranean Sea, July 2009, vulnerable species  -  WWE/ Banfi/ npl
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90097150 Red coral (Corallium rubrum) with open polyps, Larvotto Marine Reserve, Monaco, Mediterranean Sea, July 2009, vulnerable species© Wild Wonders of Europe / Banfi / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) necklace and bracelet for sale in a shop in Elba The coral is a natural gem that is harvested from Elba's own coral reef, Italy  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076619 Red coral (corallium rubrium) necklace and bracelet for sale in a shop in Elba The coral is a natural gem that is harvested from Elba's own coral reef, Italy© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076618 Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076617 Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076616 Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076615 Red coral (corallium rubrium) of the Italian island of Elba, used to make jewellery© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) that has been harvested from the Italian island of Elba's coral reef and polished ready to make jewellery  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076614 Red coral (corallium rubrium) that has been harvested from the Italian island of Elba's coral reef and polished ready to make jewellery© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) that has been harvested from the Italian island of Elba's coral reef and polished ready to make jewellery  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076613 Red coral (corallium rubrium) that has been harvested from the Italian island of Elba's coral reef and polished ready to make jewellery© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrium) gem harvested from Elba's coral reef, Italy  -  Angelo Giampiccolo/ npl
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90076612 Red coral (corallium rubrium) gem harvested from Elba's coral reef, Italy© Angelo Giampiccolo / NPL
Red coral (corallium rubrum) with polyps open, Sardinia, Italy  -  Roberto Rinaldi/ npl
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90048752 Red coral (corallium rubrum) with polyps open, Sardinia, Italy© Roberto Rinaldi / NPL
Diver with fossilised red coral (corallium rubrum), Nereo cave, Alghero, Sardinia, Italy  -  Roberto Rinaldi/ npl
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90048749 Diver with fossilised red coral (corallium rubrum), Nereo cave, Alghero, Sardinia, Italy© Roberto Rinaldi / NPL
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