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Water Creatures

Stock Photography By Doris Miocinovic

Images of water creatures' activities in and out of the water include: spotted or lagoon jelly, koi or nishikigoi fish, green sea turtle, octopus, Hawaiian monk seal, and moon jellyfish.

Spotted or Lagoon jelly
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© Doris Miocinovic
Koi or Nishikigoi fish
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Koi or Nishikigoi fish, Showa
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© Doris Miocinovic
Spotted or Lagoon jelly
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© Doris Miocinovic
Koi or Nishikigoi fish, Kohaku
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© Doris Miocinovic
Koi or Nishikigoi fish
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© Doris Miocinovic
Spotted or Lagoon jelly
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© Doris Miocinovic
Koi or Nishikigoi fish, Tancho
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© Doris Miocinovic
Koi or Nishikigoi fish
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© Doris Miocinovic
Octopus arms bearing suction
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© Doris Miocinovic
Mature Hawaiian Monk Seal
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© Doris Miocinovic
Swarm or bloom of Aurelia, or
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© Doris Miocinovic

 

Photo Captions for Water Creatures

Image #1. Spotted or Lagoon jelly Spotted or Lagoon jelly, also Mastigias papua with black background. Spotted or Lagoon jelly is a "novelty pet" jellyfish ("octopod," "rammer jelly"). It is native to southern Pacific Ocean, has several mouth openings in its oral arms, feeds on zooplankton, and lives about four months.

Image #2. Koi or Nishikigoi fish Colorful ornamental domesticated variety of common carp Cyprinus carpio, koi, or nishikigoi fish swimming at a shallow pool or pond. Koi fish is omnivorous, adaptable and comes in various color mutations (red, white, black, indigo blue and gold combinations). In Japanese culture it symbolizes love, affection, and friendship.

Image #3. Koi or Nishikigoi fish, Showa Sanshoku Showa Sanshoku is ornamental domesticated variety of common carp Cyprinus carpio, koi, or nishikigoi fish. Showa Sanshoku is Koi with calligraphic Sumi pattern on Kohaku (red pattern on white background). In Japanese culture koi fish symbolizes love, affection, and friendship. Photographed at Aloha Koi Show in Honolulu, Hawaii, 2009.

Image #4. Spotted or Lagoon jelly Spotted or Lagoon jelly, also Mastigias papua with black background. Spotted or Lagoon jelly is a "novelty pet" jellyfish ("octopod," "rammer jelly"). It is native to southern Pacific Ocean, has several mouth openings in its oral arms, feeds on zooplankton, and lives about four months.

Image #5. Koi or Nishikigoi fish, Kohaku Kohaku is ornamental domesticated variety of common carp Cyprinus carpio, koi, or nishikigoi fish. Kohaku is Koi with red pattern on white ground. In Japanese culture koi fish symbolizes love, affection, and friendship. Photographed at Aloha Koi Show in Honolulu, Hawaii, 2009. Blowing bubbles.

Image #6. Koi or Nishikigoi fish Colorful ornamental domesticated variety of common carp Cyprinus carpio, koi, or nishikigoi fish swimming at a shallow pool or pond. Koi fish is omnivorous, adaptable and comes in various color mutations (red, white, black, indigo blue and gold combinations). In Japanese culture it symbolizes love, affection, and friendship.

Image #7. Spotted or Lagoon jelly Spotted or Lagoon jelly, also Mastigias papua with black background. Spotted or Lagoon jelly is a "novelty pet" jellyfish ("octopod," "rammer jelly"). It is native to southern Pacific Ocean, has several mouth openings in its oral arms, feeds on zooplankton, and lives about four months.

Image #8. Koi or Nishikigoi fish, Tancho Asagi Tancho Asagi is ornamental domesticated variety of common carp Cyprinus carpio, koi, or nishikigoi fish. Tancho Asagi has the entire body indigo blue with each scale consisting of netting pattern, and a red round spot on the head. In Japanese culture koi fish symbolizes love, affection, and friendship. Photographed at Aloha Koi Show in Honolulu, Hawaii, 2009.

Image #9. Koi or Nishikigoi fish Red ornamental domesticated variety of common carp Cyprinus carpio, koi, or nishikigoi fish Ogon at the surface of a pond pool with open mouth. Koi fish is omnivorous, adaptable and comes in various color mutations (red, white, black and gold combinations). In Japanese culture it symbolizes love, affection, and friendship.

Image #10. Octopus arms bearing suction cups, detail Detail showing octopus (Octopoda) curled arms bearing suction cups used for locomotion (crawling and swimming).

Image #11. Mature Hawaiian Monk Seal Mature Hawaiian Monk Seal (Monachus schauinslandi), an endangered ear less seal, endemic to the waters around Hawaiian Islands is resting on a sandy beach. Her gray pleage or coat is dry on one side, wet on the other from being splashed by the ocean water, and covered with sand at some spots.

Image #12. Swarm or bloom of Aurelia, or moon jellyfish A swarm or bloom of Aurelia, or moon jellyfish swimming in the water.

 

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