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Blue dragon nudibranch  Pteraeolidia semperi .Due to its large size and diurnal habits  it is one of the most commonly sighted aeolid in the South China Sea. Very beautiful but too long for my 100 mm lens _Feb 2024
 Canon 100 1/200 f13 iso100
By Antonio Venturelli
posted 20:55 CST Today (within the last hour)
Oceanic Manta Ray
Socorro Island  Mexico
Panasonic LX100 w/ Nauticam Housin
By Owen Palmer
posted 11:20 CST Today (9 hours ago)
RHINOPIAS FRONDOSA 
Mauritius 2022
By Didier Pasquini
posted 06:16 CST Today (14 hours ago)
Moray eel hiding in a bottle.
Nikon D750  Nikkor 105mm  ISO 100  f/20  1/125  Ikelite housing with two Ikelite strobes.
By Margriet Tilstra
posted 04:46 CST Today (16 hours ago)
Soft coral close up_Jan 2024
 Canon100  1/200 f16 iso100
By Antonio Venturelli
posted Monday, February 19, 2024
Coryphellina exoptata nudibranch _Feb 2024
 Canon 100 1/200 f14 iso100
By Antonio Venturelli
posted Yesterday

Visayan Sea Underwater Photo Sites


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teammax house reef, Philippines
Olango Island, Philippines
Kalanggaman, by Malapascua Island, Philippines
acqua dive house reef, Philippines
Cabilao Island (Philippines), Philippines
Donsol, Sorsogon, Philippines
SeaExplorer, Cabilao Island, Philippines
Cabilao Island, Chapel Point, Philippines
Cabilao, Pangangan Wall, Philippines
Cabilao, Gorgonian Wall, Philippines
Negros-Occidental, Sipalay, Philippines
Lighthouse East, Philippines
dive spot: "Masaplot Sour" (Negros-Occidental, Dauin), Philippines
Negros Occidental (Sipalay), dive spot: "Ma-Asin", Philippines
Negros Oriental, Dauin, '-Ginama Point', Philippines
Negros Occidental, Sipalay, Philippines
Negros Occidental (Sipalay), dive spot: "copper mine", Philippines
Negros Oriental (Dauin), dive spot: "Rock Pile", Philippines
Negros Oriental (Dauin), Dive Side:" Banca Wreck", Philippines
Negros Occidantal (Sipalay), "copper mine", Philippines
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