Image 1 of 1
Deep-sea pram bug, Phronima sp eith eggs, deep sea hyperiid amphipod of the family Phronimidae. They are parasitoids they attack salps, using their mouths and claws to eat the animal and hollow out its gelatinous shell. They propel themselves with a protruding tail and continuously move through the water to keep the flow of oxygenated water on their eggs. Location: Green Island, Taiwan.
- Photographer Magnus Lundgren Mail firstname.lastname@example.org Phone +46 (0)708 753610 Address: Hans Sotares gränd 11, SE-239 35 Skanör, Sweden Project wildwondersofchina.com Mail email@example.com Phone +46 8 583 518 31
- Image Size
- 5975x3983 / 6.5MB
- Contained in galleries
- WILD WONDERS OF TAIWAN, PELAGIC WONDERS