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|date of photo Aug 12, 1995
location Floating dock, Monterey Harbor (Monterey County, California, US)family Ischyroceridaeorder Amphipodaclass Malacostracahabitat Subtidalnotes These are tube dwelling, nonnative amphipods introduced into harbors by shipping. Adult males, such as this one, leave the safety of their tube to cruise about in search of a receptive female.camera Olympus system for macrophotographyphoto category: Animal - Invertebrate-Other
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Cruising Male Amphipod (photographer)
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