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Spot Prawn Photos
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-012 request pricing

Spot Prawn Images
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-013 request pricing

Stock photography of Spot Prawn
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-014 request pricing

Spot Prawn Pictures
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-015 request pricing

Stock photos of Spot Prawn
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-016 request pricing

Pictures of Spot Prawn
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-017 request pricing

Stock images of Spot Prawn
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-018 request pricing

Spot Prawn Stock Photography
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-019 request pricing

Spot Prawns Removed From Shrimp Trap Photos
Spot Prawns Removed From Shrimp Trap
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-020 request pricing

Spot Prawns Removed From Shrimp Trap Images
Spot Prawns Removed From Shrimp Trap
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-021 request pricing

Stock photography of Spot Prawns in Shrimp Trap
Spot Prawns in Shrimp Trap
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-022 request pricing

Cleaning Spot Prawns - Shrimp Trap in Background Pictures
Cleaning Spot Prawns - Shrimp Trap in Background
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-023 request pricing

Stock photos of Brown Shrimp
Brown Shrimp
Length to 10 inches. Found on sand and mud bottom structure.
species: Penaeus californicus
photo-id: SMP-001 request pricing

Pictures of Brown Shrimp Sand Dollars in background
Brown Shrimp Sand Dollars in background
Length to 10 inches. Found on sand and mud bottom structure.
species: Penaeus californicus
photo-id: SMP-002 request pricing

Stock images of Brown Shrimp Closeup
Brown Shrimp Closeup
Length to 10 inches. Found on sand and mud bottom structure.
species: Penaeus californicus
photo-id: SMP-003 request pricing

Rough Patch Shrimp Stock Photography
Rough Patch Shrimp
Length to 3 inches.
species: Pandalus stenolepis
photo-id: SMP-004 request pricing

Unknown Invertebrate Photos
Unknown Invertebrate
photo-id: SMP-005 request pricing

Red Rock Shrimp Images
Red Rock Shrimp
Length to 2.5 inches. Often seen in assocation with Moray Eels.
species: Lysmata californica
photo-id: SMP-006 request pricing

Stock photography of Unknown Shrimp
Unknown Shrimp
photo-id: SMP-007 request pricing

Brown Shrimp Pictures
Brown Shrimp
Length to 10 inches. Found on sand and mud bottom structure.
species: Penaeus californicus
photo-id: SMP-008 request pricing

Stock photos of Rough Patch Shrimp Sand Dollars in background
Rough Patch Shrimp Sand Dollars in background
Length to 3 inches.
species: Pandalus stenolepis
photo-id: SMP-009 request pricing

Pictures of Spot Prawn
Spot Prawn
Individuals all begin life as a male then pass through a transitional stage to become females. Mature females produce from 1000 to 3000 eggs in a single spawn. In Alaska and British Columbia prawns are harvested with traps rather than the highly distructive practice of bottom trawls used for most other shrimp species.
species: Pandalus platyceros
photo-id: SMP-010 request pricing

Stock images of Bay Ghost Shrimp
Bay Ghost Shrimp
Length to 4.5 inches. Found on sand and mud bottom structure.
species: Neotrypaea californiensis
photo-id: SMP-011 request pricing

 
see also
| Kelp Forest | Marine Invertebrates |

species represented
Lysmata californica, Neotrypaea californiensis, Pandalus platyceros, Pandalus stenolepis, Penaeus californicus

keywords
Dollar, Prawn, Prawns, Shrimp, Shrimps

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