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Crinoid fossils. Rock containing crinoid (or sea lily) fossils. These are Scyphocrinus elegans crinoids from the Silurian/Devonian period (about 440-360 million years ago). Crinoids are marine echinoderms that appear as early as the Ordovician period (500 million years ago). These crinoids have stalks by which they would attach themselves to the seabed, capturing food with feathery arms that formed a cup (seen at lower right and upper centre). Thousands of extinct crinoid species have been…

Crinoid fossils. Rock containing crinoid (or sea lily) fossils. These are Scyphocrinus elegans crinoids from the Silurian/Devonian period (about 440-360 million years ago). Crinoids are marine echinoderms that appear as early as the Ordovician period (500 million years ago). These crinoids have stalks by which they would attach themselves to the seabed, capturing food with feathery arms that formed a cup (seen at lower right and upper centre). Thousands of extinct crinoid species have been…

Epicystis crucifer (flower anemone) green and gold color morph.  A native Floridian sea anemone species that demonstrates morphologic variations in nearly every color of the rainbow. 10 cm in diameter.  Fluorescence photograph.

Epicystis crucifer (flower anemone) green and gold color morph. A native Floridian sea anemone species that demonstrates morphologic variations in nearly every color of the rainbow. 10 cm in diameter. Fluorescence photograph.

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo:  Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan  Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo: Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

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Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo:  Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan  Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo: Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo:  Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan  Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo: Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo:  Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan  Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo: Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo:  Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan  Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

Ippei & Janine Naoi posted a photo: Niijima Island, Tokyo, Japan Niijima Island is located approximately 160 km south of Tokyo City. It takes about 3 hours by jet ferry (9 hours by overnight ferry) from Tokyo Takeshiba Port. Niijima Island is also known as Tokyo’s Surf Island attracting many surfers (international competitions have also been held on Niijima). The island is also known for its unique type of rhyolite volcanic rock that is found only on Niijima and Italy’s Lipari Island. Most…

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