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Hydractinia armata    

Hydractinia armata
female

colony


Male
   


 
 Hydractinia laevispina


 


nudibranch grazing on
Hydractinia laevispina

 


Hydractinia laevispina

 
Hydractinia laevispinas
   
Clavactinia sp.


Colony of Clavactinia sp.
 
female polyp
 
feeding polyps
 
group of males
   
feeding polyps
     
 
Aglaophenia sp.
 
 
 Eudendrium sp.  
 

Garveia annulata


Garveia growing out of a sponge

 Garveia

 

Rhizogeton nematophorum


stem of Garveia annulata in middle of picture

 Rhizogeton sp.

 
     
Abietinaria amphora
     
Symplectoscyphus turgidus  
Rhysia fletcheri  

 

 

 

 

     
Tubularia sp.

 

 

These images were scanned from 35 mm.slides taken by photomicrography of samples collected on permit at Race Rocks by Dr. Anita Brinckmann-Voss* with the assistance of students and faculty of Lester B. Pearson College. Scanning and preparation for html was done by Garry Fletcher.

Copyrighted 1999--All Images on this page are the property of:
Dr. Anita Brinckmann- Voss They can not be used or modified without her written permission.

* All hydroid species shown on this website have been reported in

:Brinckmann-Voss, A. 1996.- Seasonality of hydroids (Hydrozoa, Cnidaria)

from an intertidal pool and adjacent subtidal habitats at Race Rocks,

off Vancouver Island, Canada. Scientia Marina

60 (1):89-97.