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Press Release 13-205
Oh, the places you'll go--if you're an Atlantic slipper shell

New research reveals the biomechanics of how marine snails swim

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Atlantic slipper limpets

Atlantic slipper limpets are common marine snails native to the northeastern U.S. coast.

Credit: Karen Chan, WHOI


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Photo of an Atlantic slipper limpet

The Atlantic slipper limpet has become an invasive species in Europe.

Credit: Alison Satake, WHOI


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A vertical optical system that magnifies and records freely swimming microorganisms.

The vertical optical system that magnifies and records freely swimming microorganisms.

Credit: Alison Satake, WHOI


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Epifluorescent microscopic image of an Atlantic slipper limpet veliger larva.

Epifluorescent microscopy image of an Atlantic slipper limpet veliger larva.

Credit: Andreas Hejnol, Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology


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Scientist Houshuo Jiang with the new video system he developed.

WHOI scientist Houshuo Jiang with the new high-speed, high-resolution video system he developed.

Credit: Alison Satake, WHOI


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Microscopic image of Atlantic slipper limpet veliger larvae.

Microscopy image of Atlantic slipper limpet veliger larvae.

Credit: Karen Chan, WHOI


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