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MBA Sepia is a multidisciplinary research vessel engaged in marine and coastal research.
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Michael Cunliffe Oct 16
Beautiful morning onboard for practical week
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Marine_Discovery Oct 7
Awesome views of leaping all day in as well as common
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Natural England Oct 10
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Peltic surveys Oct 9
First ever bonitos in 7 years of . Are they here because of the 'unusually hot' summer/autumn?
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Emmie Readman Oct 9
Today included a tompot blenny. Today goes down on record as a good day.
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Cardiff Curator Oct 9
Great to see the work of our Professional Training Year Students from on display today. Kim has been working on marine bristleworms and had her first paper published yesterday
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Cardiff Curator Oct 8
Well done to student Kimberley Mills on the publication of her first paper with a scientist. Kim carried out a Professional Training Year at the museum and this is the first of several papers that will be published
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RV MBA Sepia Oct 9
Off to with the this morning for survey. and order of the day along with arrow worms (predatory that tend to feed on copepods). Note that the has disappeared!
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EU Maritime & Fish Oct 8
"That the sea is one of the most beautiful and magnificent sights in Nature, all admit." (J. Joly) dedicated to all the friends & colleagues who work for the sea, by the sea and at sea.
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RV MBA Sepia Oct 5
Here is a charismatic tub (Chelidonichthys lucerna) from this week's . Note the brilliant blue pectoral fins!
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CPR Survey Oct 4
It's Cyphonautes (by W. Garstang) The Cyphonautes larva wears a cocked hat for a shell, With involuted sucker and a vestibule as well: His mask, a very thin disguise, may be a playful joker's, But whose the visage underneath if not Actinotrocha's?
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RV MBA Sepia Oct 4
Inshore at . Lots of in today's hauls. Can you spot the four different species?
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SeaDNA Project Oct 3
DNA illuminates far more brightly than any light ever shed on it before:
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RV MBA Sepia Oct 1
Deploying today on the way to . It's getting colder, big mix in the . Lots of starfish in the !
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SoundBodyPlymouth Sep 26
Plymouth, you are jut so beautiful in this weather 🌞 ❤️
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RV MBA Sepia Sep 27
This week: eggs (1.7mm) from . Take around 3-5 days to hatch, outer egg has bluish tinge with single, small oil globule. Larvae well developed inside, a scattering of faint pigment spots on body (eyes still unpigmented). Thanks Dave Conway
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RV MBA Sepia Sep 26
Recap of ; high numbers -small (<25mm), , particularly . These have warm, oceanic distribution, could be due to water movement from Biscay. May explain single egg recorded at . Thanks Nick Halliday
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