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Huw Griffiths 23 Jan 19
time again (yes it is a real thing)! Thankfully all of these worm photos were taken under a microscope by & of because these tiny beasts have some scary jaws!
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Huw Griffiths 6 Nov 18
A truly beautiful starfish that has a skin that looks like a galaxy of tiny stars or miniature flowers! Found at 500m depth near the South Orkney Islands!
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Mel Mackenzie 7 Jun 19
Happy ! So lucky to have seen so much above and below the waves. These two 🐳 from Antarctic voyage - yay!
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Huw Griffiths Jan 31
Replying to @BAS_News @DrShmoo and 4 others
We found many different species living on or in the kelp! Thanks to everyone from the expedition JR15005/ for helping us catch the floating kelp & sorting it!
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Maddie Brasier 20 Jun 18
Our paper 'Benthic biodiversity in the South Orkney Islands Southern Shelf Marine Protected Area' online now, great work team!
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Fins and Fluke 🌊🐬 18 May 18
MissionBlue: RT griffiths_huw: Glimpses of the around the South Orkney Islands, , from the BAS_News expedition! The lights of our cameras were probably the first light any of these creatures had ever seen that wasn't produc…
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Huw Griffiths 24 Oct 18
A little ray of sunshine from the bottom of the sea: Astrochlamys sol is an brittle star or ophiuroid with 10 arms. Ophiuroidea comes from the Ancient Greek word ὄφις, or "serpent". These stunning examples came from the expedtion.
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Huw Griffiths Jan 8
Looking some worms in the eye (and jaws) for ! Images taken by & on the expedition that I led with (including 9 nationalities, 14 institutes & 55% women)!
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Antarctic_identity Aug 3
Must be amazing to join and colleagues as a on the James Clark Ross to ! Are you taking & on your next trip, Huw? we are ready, right😉? 🇦🇶🚢🚢🌊❄️
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Helena Wiklund 21 Aug 18
A many-eyed (12?) curly-tentacled cirratulid for . From kelp collected in South Orkneys expedition 2016 w , , .
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Susie Hailey (Grant) 8 Jun 18
Here’s my contribution to - including some decorated by my boys and their friends, and sent to the bottom of the Southern Ocean with and expeditions! Happy !
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cath waller 11 Feb 18
Brilliant cruise . Over half the scientists were women, thanks to you. I’m just wondering why some of us are behind barbed wire?😜
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Maddie Brasier 24 Jan 18
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Helena Wiklund 18 Jul 18
It's and here's a nereid poking out of its tube, 500m depth South Orkneys, 2016 expedition. I need a good worm expedition soon or I'll have to re-tweet old pictures, I'm running out of untweeted pics!
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Prof Louise Allcock 19 Jun 18
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Graduates' Assoc. Dept. of Marine Sciences (Gr) 1 Feb 18
This or was found on some floating kelp near . from took these images using a on the expedition.
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Huw Griffiths 25 Oct 18
Replying to @melkmack
here introduces us to a we found on our last Antarctic expedition
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Claudio Ghiglione 1 Dec 17
I want to celebrate the this year with a couple of pictures taken during the cruise.
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Graduates' Assoc. Dept. of Marine Sciences (Gr) 2 Feb 18
A of ! Not all of these have 5 arms but they were all collected by looking at seafloor !
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Mel Mackenzie 26 Jan 18
a lovely 'concrete-coloured' skate for you from our voyage
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