Crustaceans, Echinoderms, Worms and Jellyfish { 91 images } Created 8 Jan 2011

Crustaceans are a large class (Crustacea) of mostly aquatic mandibulate arthropods that have a chitinous or calcareous and chitinous exoskeleton, a pair of often much modified appendages on each segment, and two pairs of antennae and that include the lobsters, shrimp, crabs, wood lice, water fleas, and barnacles.
Echinoderms are a phylum (Echinodermata) of radially symmetrical coelomate marine animals including the starfishes, sea urchins, and related forms.
Jellyfish are typically free-swimming, bell-shaped, usually sexually-reproducing solitary or colonial form of a cnidarian in which the whorls of tentacles lined with nematocysts arise and hang down from the margin of the nearly transparent, gelatinous bell.

This gallery includes underwater images of crustaceans, echinoderms, jellyfish and sea worms including shrimps, crabs, lobsters, brittle stars, sleepy sponge crabs, arrow crabs and rough-spined sea urchins from the Cayman Islands, Caribbean, Hawaii, the Pacific, the Atlantic, Asia and Europe. High quality print and stock images.
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