Turtle grass, Thalassia testudinum



Turtle grass is the most common seagrass in the Caribbean, typically growing on sandy and coral rubble bottoms to a depth of 30 feet. Great Isaac Island, Bahamas, Thalassia testudinum, natural history stock photograph, photo id 10856Add To Light Table
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Turtle grass is the most common seagrass in the Caribbean, typically growing on sandy and coral rubble bottoms to a depth of 30 feet. Great Isaac Island, Bahamas. Image #10857
Turtle grass is the most common seagrass in the Caribbean, typically growing on sandy and coral rubble bottoms to a depth of 30 feet. Great Isaac Island, Bahamas. Image #10858
Turtle grass is the most common seagrass in the Caribbean, typically growing on sandy and coral rubble bottoms to a depth of 30 feet. Great Isaac Island, Bahamas. Image #10890

Turtle grass is the most common seagrass in the Caribbean, typically growing on sandy and coral rubble bottoms to a depth of 30 feet. Great Isaac Island, Bahamas

Stock Photo: 10856
Species: Turtle grass, Thalassia testudinum
Location: Great Isaac Island, Bahamas
Format: Digital 3:2
Other Names: Turtle seagrass
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