Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
Porcupine MNHS Twitter FeedFollowers: 1503These stunning animals are called Melon comb #jellyfish. They belong to a group of animals called #ctenophores.
Fun fact – they are called comb jellyfish because of the rows of combs that beat downwards in waves, which produces the shimmering effect! @Venky_MVN @MbaCell https://t.co/dqSXJNgST1Researchers from our #DarwinTreeofLife project team are collecting marine species in a UK-wide initiative to sequence the genomes of thousands of native species.
#genomes #genomemapping #DToL #marinebiology #DNAsequences https://t.co/kAyhhUMWQ9These cheeky Atlantic Blue Crabs are now found throughout the Mediterranean, one of the most prolific of Non-indigenous and Invasive Species described in the @LifeWatchERIC "Alien Alert!" magazine: https://t.co/xekRXGaU3S #environmental #research https://t.co/KczUD4np0AA rare opportunity to fill your shelves with copies of our bound and unbound Journal of the Marine Biological Association from @PorcupineMNHS - please get in touch with them if you are interested. https://t.co/OhNloedmmARobin Somes@robin_somes
Large collection of journals available from Lymington, Hants, urgently:
A. 57 bound annual volumes of JMBA (Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom) from 1925 to 1989;
B. Some 230 individual issues of JMBA, up to the most recent.