Robert Harding

Exclusive only  
Color search  
Orientation
Release
License
People
Age Group
Ethnicity
Image size
more filters

Recent searches

Loading...
860-288231 - Swimming crab (Cronius ruber). Newly cited species in the Canary Islands (2015). Due to its large number of observations it is considered invasive. Marine invertebrates of the Canary Islands, Tenerife.
860-287096 - Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus), adult, mouth open behind the boat, Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (formerly known as Scammon's Lagoon), Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico
860-287095 - Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus), adult, mouth open behind the boat, Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (formerly known as Scammon's Lagoon), Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico
832-381230 - Eye, Southern right whale (Eubalaena australis), skin growths with Barnacles (Balanidae) and whale louses (Cyamus), Valdes Peninsula, Patagonia, Argentina, South America
1116-39726 - The Bubble Coral Shrimp (Vir philippinensis) is found only on this species of coral, Pleurogyra sinuosa. The brown oval objects are actually Acoel Flatworms (Waminoa sp) that feed on nutrients trapped in mucus covering the coral, Philippines
1116-39732 - This species of coral hermit crab (Paguritta sp) is well known, but still awaiting a name from biologists. It lives in a hole in hard coral and traps passing plankton in it's feathery antennae, Yap, Micronesia
1116-39716 - The Hairy Squat Lobster (Lauria slagiani) is found alone, and in pairs, on the outside of barrel sponges belonging to the genus Xestospongia. They are tiny (one centimeter across) and difficult to find on the folds of the sponge, Philippines
1116-39680 - The Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus), also known as a red backed sea eagle, are scavengers rather than hunters. They feed on carrion, insects, reptiles, amphibians, crustaceans and fish, Philippines
1116-39729 - Both a Crinoid Commensal Shrimp (Periclimenes cornutus) and a Crinoid Squat Lobster (Allogalathea elegans) on a crinoid. These tiny crustaceans are commensal on crinoids or feather stars and take their color from the host, Philippines
1116-39735 - The strings hanging off the dorsal fin of this Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) are parasitic copepods. Photographed just breaking the surface off Guadalupe Island, Mexico