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152 Entries Found: Page 1  of  6
Rhinomuraena quaesita (ribbon moray). (f/8, 1/125, ISO-10... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Rhinomuraena quaesita (ribbon moray). (f/8, 1/125, ISO-100, 16mm, no strobe). - Erik
Heteroconger hassi (spotted garden eel). (f/6.3, 1/200, I... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Heteroconger hassi (spotted garden eel). (f/6.3, 1/200, ISO-100, 50mm, no strobe). - Erik
Saron marmoratus (marble shrimp) hiding in a crevice look... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Saron marmoratus (marble shrimp) hiding in a crevice looking down on me. (f/5.6, 1/80, ISO-320, 50mm, UCL-165, only torch no strobe). - Erik
Unidentified snail in Zanzibar. (f/9, 1/160, ISO-100, 28m... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Unidentified snail in Zanzibar. (f/9, 1/160, ISO-100, 28mm, UCL-165). - Erik
"Tip-tilt". Taenianotus triacanthus (leaf scorpionfish). ... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
"Tip-tilt". Taenianotus triacanthus (leaf scorpionfish). (f/7.1, 1/100, ISO-100, 50mm). - Erik
Fiercely protecting its home
Sad Face
Almost human like
Brightly colored frogfish
Thorny Destructor
Winged Soldier
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Crown of thorns-beautiful but destructive
A moray eel's warning not to intrude its comfort zone
Patterns of a seastar
Patterns of a seastar
The Winged Soldier
The scientific name for the Devil Firefish or Pterois miles means winged soldier
Crown-Of -Thorns
Beautiful, but destructive
Jaws
Orifice of a Giant Sea Clam. It is only legend that a giant sea clam can drown a diver
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Feather-star Fantasy in Zanzibar
The Battle
Two porcelain crabs competing for the best place on the anemone
Image of a seastar
Wild Fire
The Branchial Plumes of a Spanish Dancer
Through the "eye" of a giant sea clam
Picaboo
Spanish dancer swimming
My daughter and her best friend exploring the wonders under the surface.
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Male Anthias on Mafia Island
152 Entries Found: Page 1  of  6

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