Caryophyllia alaskensis, a small stony "cup" coral, is pictured in this Greenpeace handout image. This Caryophyllia alaskensis was collected in the Bering Sea's Zhemchug Canyon as part of a Greenpeace expedition there August 5, 2007. It is the first r...

Image | April 3, 2008

Caryophyllia alaskensis, a small stony "cup" coral, is pictured in this Greenpeace handout image. This Caryophyllia alaskensis was collected in the Bering Sea's Zhemchug Canyon as part of a Greenpeace expedition there August 5, 2007. It is the first recorded discovery of the species in the Bering Sea.

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