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Underwater Photo Location: Puri Jati

Underwater Photo Location: Puri Jati

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Puri Jati is a "muck-divesite" and great for macro underwater photographers who visit Bali. As the bottom just consists of sand and rubbish it's The place to find: Veined octopus, Mimic octopus, Ambon scorpionfish and strange nudibranchs.
Facts about Puri Jati
  • It is in Indonesia
  • Puri Jati is in the Bali Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatwall

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
friendly


by Marco Waagmeester
Portrait of an Octopus, photo taken at Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Head Shield Slug (Philinopsis cyanea) at Puri Jati, Bali - (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Coconut or Veined Octopus (Amphioctopus marginatus) with it's shell - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w)

by Marco Waagmeester
Pacific Clown Anemone Shrimp (Periclimenes brevicarpalis) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Ambon Scorpionfish (Pteroidichthys amboinensis) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Little red-spotted crab on anemone - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Periclimenes Shrimp on it's host anemone - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Mantis Shrimp in it's shell - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Pleurobranchus Sea Slug (Pleurobranchaea brockii) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000, UCL165

by Marco Waagmeester
Lone Emperator Shrimp (Periclimenes imperator) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165 macro)

by Marco Waagmeester
Veined octopus in a shell - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Gregory Sin
Night diving, black sand, Indonesia.

by Gregory Sin
Night diving, black sand ;o)

by Marco Waagmeester
Anemone commensal shrimp (Periclimenes brevicarpalis) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Gregory Sin
Rare species, in Puri Jati.

by Marco Waagmeester
Octopus portrait (Octopus marginatus) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, D2000w)

by Marco Waagmeester
Sea Pen sticking from the sandy bottom at Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w)

by Marco Waagmeester
Juvenile Lionfish at Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, D2000w, UCL165)

by Gregory Sin
Eat or be eaten ;o)

by Marco Waagmeester
"I Am Strong!" - Veined Octopus with Bodybuilder Pose - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w)

by Marco Waagmeester
"Crab eat Crab" - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000)

by Marco Waagmeester
Little Cuttlefish - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Arminidae Nudibranch (Armina semperi) - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Anemone porcelain crab (Neopetrolisthes maculatus) trying to catch a meal - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
"Eyes above the sand" - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w)

by Marco Waagmeester
Mantis Shrimp in it's burrow - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Marco Waagmeester
Hairy Frogfish portrait - Puri Jati, Bali (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, UCL165)

by Tom Radio
Hairy Frogfish Bali, Indonesia

by Tony Cherbas
Sand Trap

by Gang Song
Wings of the lion

by Daniel Lamborn
Hypselodoris Kanga couple, at Puri Jati, on the Northern coast of Bali.
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