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Organism Photos Invertebrate Species Dasymutilla occidentalis photograph
Description - The "cow killer" or "velvet ant" is really a wasp with a nasty sting. Photo Steve Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2019)
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    Mellita quinquiesperforata photograph
Description - Mellita (live individual with spines). They live subtidally but dead ones will wash up on the beach. Photo Steve Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2019)
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    Mellita quinquiesperforata photograph
Description - Mellita (dead individual without spines). Photo Steve Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2019)
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    Aratus pisonii photograph
Description - Photo courtesy of Jacob Shalack
(contributed by Wade Sheldon, 2017)
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    Aratus pisonii photograph
Description - Photo courtesy of Jacob Shalack
(contributed by Wade Sheldon, 2017)
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    Aratus pisonii photograph
Description - Photo courtesy of Jacob Shalack
(contributed by Wade Sheldon, 2017)
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    Littoraria irrorata photograph
Description - Littoraria juveniles recruit to curled leaves of Spartina and are found here until they are around 5 mm in length. Photo Steven Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Uca pugnax photograph
Description - Group of Uca pugnax on creekbank. Photo Steven Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Uca pugnax photograph
Description - Uca pugnax. Photo James Sheehan.
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Uca pugnax photograph
Description - Uca pugnax on creekbank. Photo Steven Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Uca pugnax photograph
Description - Uca pugnax on creekbank. Photo Steven Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Eurytium limosum photograph
Description - Lurking in a shallow burrow in the low marsh, this Eurytium with its massive claws strikes terror into the hearts of smaller crabs and gastropods.
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Eurytium limosum photograph
Description - Eurytium limosum in threat pose. Photo Steven Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Ocypode quadrata photograph
Description - Ghost crab Sapelo Beach. Photo Steven Pennings
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Chaetopsis apicalis photograph
Description - Chaetopsis apicalis pupa, removed from Spartina alterniflora stem. Photo by Shanze Li.
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2016)
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959, OCE-1237140 and OCE-1832178. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.