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Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

Growing on the base of the radar mast on the USCGC Duane in Key Largo, Florida is a large colony of Brown Tube Sponges ( Aelas confera) and Orange Cup Corals (Tubastraea coccinea). In the background several large barracuda and jacks hover in place in the current.

· Date: Wed May 4, 2005 · Reference ID: /222005-04-18-02-34-54 · Views: 7994 ·
Keywords: demospongia sponges coral reefs artifical reef shipwreck wreck atlantic ocean tropical florida keys largo blue
Additional Categories: USCGC Duane


Scuba Diver looks onto a Spotted Scorpionfish - Scorpaena plumieri
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