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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Oct 22 12:11 AM

Oct 22, 2010: Incirrate & Cirrate

Yeah an Octopus, but when they're living down deep the names get fancier.

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As part of a NERC funded project the deep-sea cephalopod fauna of the NE Atlantic was described for the first time (Collins et al., 2001). The benthic fauna is dominated by octopods, with incirrates abundant at depths 500-1500 and cirrate octopods dominating at depths greater than 1500m.
I can't tell if this is incirrate or cirrate, it's got features of both.



1500 meters, that's blowout preventer territory.

This one is definitely cirrate.



Aw hell, they're all edible.

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Trilby  Friday Oct 22 06:58 AM

That gross critter is mighty graceful.



Pete Zicato  Friday Oct 22 10:20 AM

It's a sea critter. It probably tastes good fried.



classicman  Friday Oct 22 02:35 PM

A lil white wine, garlic and butter .... mmmm



Gravdigr  Sunday Oct 24 06:38 AM

Looks like a flying cock.



chrisinhouston  Monday Oct 25 04:13 PM

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