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Nudibranch   Dermatobranchus albus

Bali  Indonesia
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Porcelain Crab in the shadows
By Morgan Riggs
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Chromodoris annae/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Anilao  Philippines
By Laurie Slawson
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Xenia Coral/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Anilao  Philipines
By Laurie Slawson
posted 14:46 CST Today (4 hours ago)
 Yellow Ray Fall  Stingrays often conceal themselves under sand  coral heads  or anything they can to hide from predators. This image used the fall aspen leaves to reference how they hide and the name of the animal  The Yellow Stingray.
By Conor Culver
posted 14:37 CST Today (4 hours ago)
Spinecheek Anemonefish  Premnas biaculeatus  Wakatobi Marine Preserve  Indonesia
By Pauline Walsh Jacobson
posted 13:57 CST Today (5 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Lembeh Street

Underwater Photo Location: Lembeh Street

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somewhere in the Lembeh Street
Facts about Lembeh Street
  • It is in Indonesia
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
nitrox

Photo facilities
macro

by Anja Flick
I'm so shy

by Marchione Giacomo
Flabellina exoptata Nikon D800E, 105 macro , sub sea +10 , snoot RETRA Lembeh strait

by Eda Çıngı
tiger in the garden

by Deniz Muzaffer Gökmen
file fish Brachaluteres taylori, juvenile

by Rudy Janssen
Emperor shrimp rides on a nudibranch

by Rudy Janssen
Seaneedle -- Syngnathus

by Rudy Janssen
Willan's Chromodoris

by Rudy Janssen
Duo Clown fish

by Lars Oliver Michaelis
large whip goby (Bryaniops amplus)

by Rudy Janssen
Froggy

by Daniel Parker
MANDARIN MATING DANCE

by Rudy Janssen
Jawing frogfish

by Rudy Janssen
Hunting Mototi (105mm no crop)

by Rudy Janssen
Giant frog fish with friend

by Rudy Janssen
Elysia

by Laurie Slawson
Threatening Peacock Mantis Shrimp Protecting Eggs/Photographed with a 60 mm macro lens. The shrimp didn't notice me at first. After the first shot, she turned to look at me, and after the second shot threw her arms up to threaten me.
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