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Bedford's flatworm ,named "Persian carpet"..and you can understand why! Photo taken at Aquarium dive site_Thanks to great support of Barefoot diving staff in Havelock Island-Andamans_2023
Anemone fishes are immune to anemone's tentacles from day 1. It is a mutually beneficial relationship in which the anemone feeds from the fish dejection while the fish gets shelter from predators_Havelock Is._2023
A tiny fish stays on a branch of corals. Photo taken at "Aquarium dive site" of Havelock island , Andamans_2023
(Canon60, 1/200,f14,iso100)
A curious and very colorful goby. Photo taken in Havelock, in the Andamans-2023
(Canon60, 1/200,f14,iso100)
For me nudibranchs-hunting is like collecting stamps..You always want to find new ones for your private collection. This is Thuridilla multimarginata (really very small) photographed in the Aquarium dive site of Havelock Island_Andamans-India_2023
A large chunk of coral life is tiny, lesser known, easily hidden creatures. These include both sessile (fixed in one place) and mobile reef invertebrates, as well as the itty bitty reef fish like this in the photo_2023
Coryphellina rubrolineata nudibranch_2023
(Canon60, 1/200,f18,iso100))
Stare long enough on a portion of the coral reef, and you are guaranteed to catch some movement, a tiny fish like these blennies & gobies abundant on these barriers_Havelock island_2023
These worms live inside corals where they hide from predators. Their bodies stay hidden except their colorful crowns which are feather-like appendages that resemble fir trees , giving Christmas tree their name.
A squat shrimp often called sexy shrimp because of its provocative dance. Their quirky abdominal movements, often in sync with one another, are amusing to observe and can captivate divers for long underwater time!
Big eyes close up of a little shrimp photographed at Aquarium dive site, in Havelock island, Andamans_India_2023.
A still goby looking at me with curiosity. The gobies usually stay within their territory in the rock but will go out and explore occasionally as in this photo taken at the Aquarium dive site _Havelock island_India_2023
(Canon 100,1/250,f14,iso125)
Coryphellina exoptata_2023
Diving in Havelock Island, Andamans_2023
Pteraeolidia ianthina_2023
Coral blenny_Aquarium dive site_Havelock island_2023
Translucent coral goby_2023
(Canon60, 1/200,f18,iso100)
Coryphellina rubrolineata,Havelock island_Andamans_India_2023
Flabellina exoptata_Havelock island_2023
A mosaic jellyfish being nibbled at on Koh Racha Yai
Chance encounter underwater
at home
A couple Harlequin Shrimp
Harlequin Shrimp - I love these guys, they are usually in pairs, often eating a starfish sometimes very shy. But always make my dive when I see them.
This was my first encounter with a blue ring octopus and was just as amazing as I expected
painted girgled glossodoris Lembeh
A couple of clownfish in their anemone and a school of barracudas in the background. Sony RX100 V, Nauticam Housing, Inon S2000 strobes.
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