A pair of Hawaiian cleaner wrasse clean a dragon wrasse. [Source: Wikimedia Commons, photo by Brocken Inaglory (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cleaning_station_konan.jpg)]Cleaner fishes and shrimp diversity and a re-evaluation of cleaning symbioses
    Nereis (Alitta) virens, commonly known as a sand worm, are a popular polychaete worm collected for bait purposes in UK tidal fisheries. (source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3ANereis_virens_und_Nereis_diversicolor.jpg)Bait worms: a valuable and important fishery with implications for fisheries and conservation management
    Figure1A novel aspect of goby–shrimp symbiosis: gobies provide droppings in their burrows as vital food for their partner shrimps

    UMiami_informal_Dunlap17 things the SRC accomplished in 2016
    A Palmer Trinity student helps deploy a drumline.Shark Tagging with Palmer Trinity Middle School
    A scalloped hammerhead is carefully secured in the water for a quick workup processShark tagging with St. Thomas Aquinas
  3. MEDIA

    UMiami_informal_Dunlap17 things the SRC accomplished in 2016
    A large male bull shark is pulled toward the research vessel for sampling and tagging. He was released within five minutes in great condition.Photo of the Week: Bull Shark
    A Great Hammerhead shark sweeps across the sand in Bimini, Bahamas. Photo Credit: Christine ShepardPhoto of the Week: Great Hammerhead