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mounting the ROV
mounting the ROV
ROV and blue container
ROV and blue container
ROV
ROV
Co-habitation: a bright fish socialising with hermite lobsters
Co-habitation: a bright fish socialising with hermite lobsters
Echinothurioid on seabed
Echinothurioid on seabed
Colourfull association of corals and sponges
Colourfull association of corals and sponges
Ripple marks clearly showing the presence of deep water bottom currents
Ripple marks clearly showing the presence of deep water bottom current...
Detail of cold-water coral bush (about 30 cm diameter)
Detail of cold-water coral bush (about 30 cm diameter)
sponge
sponge
sponge from 720 m deep
sponge from 720 m deep
Boxcorer
Boxcorer
Boxcore1. View from above
Boxcore1. View from above
Boxcore2. View from above with two subcores
Boxcore2. View from above with two subcores
Boxcore 3. Side-view where we clearly see two different types of sediment
Boxcore 3. Side-view where we clearly see two different types of sedim...
Boxcore 4. Boxcore filled up with death coral rubble
Boxcore 4. Boxcore filled up with death coral rubble
Hermit crabs with sea-anemones
Hermit crabs with sea-anemones
Chimaera monstrosa (Ratfish)
Chimaera monstrosa (Ratfish)
A Helicolenus dactylopterus (Blackbelly rosefish) and a Astropectinidae (sand living starfish)
A Helicolenus dactylopterus (Blackbelly rosefish) and a Astropectinida...
A big purple Echinothuridae (Sea urchin)
A big purple Echinothuridae (Sea urchin)
A Lophius sp (Monkfish)
A Lophius sp (Monkfish)
Galeus melastomus (Blackmouth catshark)
Galeus melastomus (Blackmouth catshark)
A picture of the bioturbation at the seabed
A picture of the bioturbation at the seabed
A small and purple sea anemone, probably Bolocera genus
A small and purple sea anemone, probably Bolocera genus
An overview of sponges, a sea-urchin, a soft coral and a small Madrepora
An overview of sponges, a sea-urchin, a soft coral and a small Madrepo...
A detail of Lophelia pertusa and Madrepora oculata
A detail of Lophelia pertusa and Madrepora oculata
Boulder colonized by different species (corals, sea urchin, sea stars, sponges,)
Boulder colonized by different species (corals, sea urchin, sea stars,...
A ridge with coral bushes and a big sponge
A ridge with coral bushes and a big sponge
A sand-wave field with scattered living and dead corals
A sand-wave field with scattered living and dead corals
Boulder colonized by corals and crinoids
Boulder colonized by corals and crinoids
A crack in the hard substrate filled with sand and a small bush of Madrepora
A crack in the hard substrate filled with sand and a small bush of Mad...
Hard substrate with corals and a sea lily
Hard substrate with corals and a sea lily
A ridge covered with sponges, corals and a crab
A ridge covered with sponges, corals and a crab
A cliff colonized by oysters
A cliff colonized by oysters
A Holothuroidea (Sea cucumber) and some coral rubble
A Holothuroidea (Sea cucumber) and some coral rubble
A detail of the coral rubble
A detail of the coral rubble
A sandy seabed with scattered boulders and rocks
A sandy seabed with scattered boulders and rocks
The sampling of some coral species with the ROV
The sampling of some coral species with the ROV
Sand waves with some coral rubble
Sand waves with some coral rubble
A detail of the accumulation of dead coral rubble
A detail of the accumulation of dead coral rubble

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