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860-289959 - Red atlantic ref lobster (Enoplometopus antillensis). Carapace about 15 cm long with circular patterns on each side of the head. It lives in dimly lit environments dome crevices, hollows and caves. Marine invertebrates of the Canary Islands, Tenerife.
860-289936 - Bee hunting seen from below, it allows an easier harvest because once the bees are locked in the brood, the harvest of the supers becomes a simpler and less stressful operation for the bees, around Cluny, France
860-289937 - Smoked the bee hunt seen from below, it allows an easier harvest because once the bees are locked in the brood, the harvest of the supers becomes a simpler and less stressful operation for the bees, around Cluny, France
860-289935 - Bee hunting seen from below, it allows an easier harvest because once the bees are locked in the brood, the harvest of the supers becomes a simpler and less stressful operation for the bees, around Cluny, France
860-290093 - Hermit crab, Dardanus calidus, Mitigliano cave, Marine Protected area Punta Campanella, Massa Lubrense, Penisola Sorrentina, Costa Amalfitana, Italy, Tyrrhenian Sea, Mediterranean
860-289050 - Shrimp on Jellyfish. An unidentified Shrimp rides on a Jellyfish. Photographed on a black water drift dive in 30 feet of water with the bottom more than 500 feet below. Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A. Atlantic Ocean.
860-288665 - Damage to a Coast Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia) caused by the California Oak Moth (Phryganidia californica), the most important oak-feeding caterpillar throughout its range, which extends along the coast and through the coastal mountains of California. The caterpillars can strip a tree of all leaves but the Coast Live Oak trees usually recover in subsequent years.