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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Littoral fire-dot (Caloplaca litoricola), Calvert Island, BC. https://t.co/hzJsUYjZNT 1 month 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Our researchers Claudia and Darren Copley are at 's 2018 terrestrial bioblitz on Calvert Island, BC.… https://t.co/8lHd8VzEf5 1 month 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Sure, there may be plenty more fish in the sea, but don't forget the ocean is also jelly-filled! Some estimates sho… https://t.co/KZx4PQG8Ph 1 month 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Pooters, nets, and bed sheets? Tag along with Claudia & Darren Copley from as they collect all sort… https://t.co/IQhTl3PW8G 1 month 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Most species don't have a common name We humbly suggest "twinkle toes scorpion armadillo shrimp" for this cumacean… https://t.co/pIN4VND0Nv 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : These tiny bivalves are called sea-cucumber clams (Scintillona bellerophon) because they have a symbiotic relations… https://t.co/NghmNfQhE3 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Archaeology students & Tseshaht Beach Keepers work to learn more about history in the Broken Group Island… https://t.co/uQncuNFuU4 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Waving farewell to like these little barnacles. 👋 Thanks for another fantastic round of s… https://t.co/en52umqURt 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Yup! We think they were all grainyhand hermit crabs. You can sort of see the blue raise… https://t.co/7jwlCXiziD 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Hermit crab dance party! All of these juvenile hermits were found in and around the roots of marine surfgrass… https://t.co/hlXg1SuQPT 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Growing oysters and eelgrass together benefits both of them: eelgrass uses up CO2, increasing pH and helping oyster… https://t.co/nUNjibOCSi 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow [Job Posting] We're looking for a Production Supervisor to join our team! Based on beautiful Quadra Island, BC… https://t.co/QpSiSoOW9d 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Interested in sampling seawater in BC? We seek a field technician for a 2-week summer expedition. Details her… https://t.co/AcCUpSSjGH 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : And that’s a wrap! We finished another season of surveys . Heading to Seattl… https://t.co/ho1JJbe0AQ 1 month 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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