Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
Porcupine MNHS Twitter FeedFollowers: 1228Saturday, September 7th, 2019 at 9:34am
Got any eyelash worm photos from your recent dives? Please email them to Teresa with location! #CitizenScience
@JeanLucSol @seasearchscot @SeaSearchIre https://t.co/XKzzZEXraaSaturday, September 7th, 2019 at 9:34am
Eagle-eyed Dawn spotted TINY #nonnative worms orig. from Mexico on a Norfolk dive - confirmed as Pileolaria berkeleyana by TeresaD at @AmgueddfaCymru. 1st record on @NBNAtlas though known from south coast 30-odd years ago. #volunteers make your sightings count! @NNSatMBA @mcsuk https://t.co/xZkj3wkar9Saturday, September 7th, 2019 at 9:32am
The Asian kelp Undaria pinnatifida (Wakame) is a globally-distributed invasive species but its impacts poorly understood. @Graham_Epstein did a TON of work to quantify impact on native marine life. Paper is now out! https://t.co/mWb5wLqEn7 #kelp #InvasiveSpecies #marinebiology https://t.co/5AvyisCZ1x