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The Gate keepers. Sandy anemones occur also in gullies and collect passing food with their sticky tentactles. Sand also sticks to its tentacles therefore the name sandy anemones
By Peet J Van Eeden
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Spiral of Life. The fan of the Red fan worm demonstrated the Fibonacci sequence.
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (2 days ago)
Lionfish on the house reef at Marsa Shagra.
By Shannon Moran
posted (2 days ago)
centolla crab. canon 60D  canon 60mm lens  two ikelite subtrobe seacam houisng.gardens of the queen.cuba
By Noel Lopez
posted (2 days ago)
Manta Rays in the blue of Indian Ocean
By Oksana Maksymova
posted (3 days ago)
Little and large  taken under government permit
By Arun Madisetti
posted (3 days ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Amed, Bali

Underwater Photo Location: Amed, Bali

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You can either do a shore dive to this site or take a day boat for diving on the wall(a 5 minute swim from shore will get you to the reef). It is a good site for instruction as there is a flat bottom lagoon. There are Napoleon Wrasse and Dogtooth Tuna as well as schools. Lots of colourful coral and macro subjects.

Facts about Amed, Bali
  • It is in Indonesia
  • Amed, Bali is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types

Marine Life

Diving facilities

Photo facilities

by David Bierman
Jukong Captain (Amed, Bali)

by Alex Bonvin
Tiger Shrimp on yellow coral

by Michel De Ruyck
juvenile emperor angelfish

by Michel De Ruyck
Peacock Mantis Shrimp

by Michel De Ruyck
Tall fin Batfish (Platax teira), Amed, Bali

by Michel De Ruyck
Meeting of Whip Coral Goby taken in Amed, Bali

by Marco Waagmeester
Facelinidae - Indian Phidiana (Phidiana indica) - Amed, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, 2xUCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Poison Ocellate Octopus (Octopus mototi) - Amed, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w)

by Soren Egeberg
Hairy froggie in Hairball, Lembeh Strait

by Soren Egeberg
Porcelaincrab in Amed, Bali

by Soren Egeberg
Balinese Lionfish in Amed

by Soren Egeberg
Blue Ribboneel posing in Amed, Bali

by Soren Egeberg
Red little somthing scorpionfish.........? Still hitting a blank on this Cafe Garam in Amed, Bali

by Marco Waagmeester
Striped Triplefin (Helcogramma striatum) - Amed, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, 2xUCL165)

by Yves Antoniazzo
Sepia mug shot Fuki S5 pro/105 VR

by Annika Persson
Tulamben Bali, in about 10m depth. I was trying to get the eyes of the fish, and eventually, before he svam off, I got the picture. A bit of a sad fish face, with a lot of eye contact.

by Raoul Caprez
Taenianotus triacanthus in the Japanese wreck (Bali)

by Alex Varani
Aulostomus chinensis trying for camuflage

by Adam Baxter
Lion fish, found on a rainy day in Amed.

by Anouk Houben
Hawkfish on a barrelsponge.

by Anouk Houben
Bright eye !

by Anouk Houben
Blue and cream

by Anouk Houben
Sand eel.

by Andrea Acri
Scorpionfish on the Newspaper

by Andrea Acri
Juvenile triggerfish

by Elly Jeurissen
Harlequin Shrimp (Humenocera elegans) @ Dream Reef – Amed, Bali 2013 Canon G12 in Canon WP-DC34 UW-housing, Inon UCL-165 macro lens, single strobe Sea&Sea YS-01. F8; 1/250 sec.; ISO 100

by Elly Jeurissen
Glowing in the dark

by Olivier Notz
Ambon Commensal Shrimp

by Doug Anderson
Porcelain Crab, Amed

by Fabio Strazzi
a Flabellina on a blue seastar

by Tracey Jones
Leaf Scorpion Fish surrounded by a school of glass fish

by Leena Roy
Blur ring octopus

by Arulnageswaran Aruleswaran
Bubble Shell Nudi - Micromelo Undatus

by Adriana Simeonova
Little Froggie

by Tracey Jones
Crab hiding between corals

by Philippe Eggert
Grandpa Lion

by Philippe Eggert
face to face it took me a lot of patience until this little guy (or girl) faced me and I could capture this for me rare moment. Eurypegasus draconis , camera Olympus E-M1 (EP11 housing), 60mm f2.8 macro, 2xSeaDragon flash

by Raffaele Livornese
pregnamt pigmy seahorse

by Boz Johnson
Nudibranch eating a sea hare

by Stefan Follows
Bounty Japanese Wreck, Amed, Bali, Indonesia

by Robert Smits
Did you know that flatworms are soft-bodied invertebrates and that unlike other bilaterians, they are acoelomates (having no body cavity), and have no specialized circulatory and respiratory organs, which restricts them to having flattened shapes?

by Stefan Follows
Crabby Mama Pom Pom Crab - Lybia tessellata Amed, Bali, Indonesia

by Stepan Reshetnikov

by Sofia Tenggrono
Eubranchus sp. - Kissing the Rain

by Michal Štros
Anemone shrimp..using snoot

by Michal Štros

by Michal Štros
Hairy squat lobster
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