|Eel Pond sunset|
|Eel Pond fouling fauna|
|Seen in Falmouth Heights|
|Sailboat on Vineyard Sound|
|Beach rocks in Falmouth Heights|
|Botryllus schlosseri overgrowing Botrylloides violaceus|
|Benthic fauna on the side of the instrument well|
|Pilings supporting the WHOI pier|
|Meghan pipetting oyster larvae for a new replicate|
|The experimental set-up at WHOI's Shore Lab|
|Nicole manning the computer station at Shore Lab|
|Pier panorama. Neil Armstrong is to the left, Atlantis to the right.|
|A ctenophore, photographed by Nicole|
Pittoors at the WHOI pier.
|Three fouling panels in different experimental treatments in Eel Pond.|
|(Former) fouling panel inhabitants|
|The experimental panels, randomly arranged on a PVC|
backing and ready for deployment in Eel Pond. The top row is
not part of the experiment. You can see panels with live
Botryllus, some with globs of sealant, some with flat sheets
of sealant, and blank controls.
|Dead, headless hydroids on a fouling panel being examined|
under the microscope. Check out the clump at left, then
compare to live hydroids with pink heads.