Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
Porcupine MNHS Twitter FeedFollowers: 1183Thursday, May 16th, 2019 at 1:11pm
Day 3 of Invasive Species Week - the Pacific oyster, Magallana gigas, which probably due to warming seas, is now colonising our natural shores forming reefs and becoming a major nuisance in some areas @InvasiveSp @Devon_LNP @NE_DCIoS @WemburyMarine @bromleytrust @TamarEstuaries https://t.co/YmT13lqcMSThursday, May 16th, 2019 at 1:10pm
Last nights dive was extra special, being able to spend some underwater time with one of my favourite species found off the welsh coast, the Thornback Ray (Raja clavata).
@ACA_PLAS_SAC @SharkTrustUK @LivingSeasWales @whatsonnwales1 @wildseaswales @WildlifeMag https://t.co/p8u767yRegThursday, May 16th, 2019 at 1:09pm
It's Invasive Species Week! We get the marine ball rolling with the Red-Ripple bryozoan Watersipora subatra, common in S coast marinas and harbours, but now rapidly spreading onto shores - look under boulders and overhangs. Images J. Bishop. @InvasiveSp @Jackapod @bromleytrust https://t.co/oNYPXsNitSThursday, May 16th, 2019 at 1:09pm
Here on #Guernsey for the #Bioblitz, where the non-native shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus seems well-established 🙁 https://t.co/cWUni4rHwx Pls report your sightings to your local records centre! @Jackapod
@LaSocieteG @BamptonLaura @AlderneyWT @MBSsocjersiaise @InvasiveSp https://t.co/5WJqpIY7To