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Underwater Photo Contest | Macro - not swimming (11)

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Entries to the annual contest close 31st December 2018

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Yawning hairy frogfish
By Michal Štros
posted (Last month)
17 votes

Seastar
By Beate Seiler
posted (Last month)
14 votes

Cowry.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted (Last month)
13 votes

Pygmy seahorse on gorgonia coral Muricella paraplectana
By Michal Štros
posted (Last month)
12 votes

Feisty Ribbon Eel
By Henley Spiers
posted (last week)
10 votes

Fishing Hairy Frogfish
By John Parker
posted (last week)
10 votes

Back Lit Seahorse
By John Parker
posted (Last month)
9 votes

Fishing Frog-Fish
By John Parker
posted (Last month)
9 votes

Scyllarides latus
By Claude Lespagne
posted (Last month)
9 votes

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A juvenile basket star on a palmate sea fan
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (6 days ago)
9 votes
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Underwater Photo Contest | Macro - not swimming

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Smaller subjects typically 1 to 3 inches (2.5 to 7.5cm) shot on macro settings or with macro equipment that are NOT MOVING usually on the bottom (i.e. between 1:1 and 1:3)
The eyes have it.
7 Votes
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Shrimp
(Plesionika narval)
6 Votes
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Jawfish
11 Votes
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Hermit crab (Pagurus prideaux) with Cloak anemone (Adamsi... by Gary Carpenter
Hermit crab (Pagurus prideaux) with Cloak anemone (Adamsia carciniopados) - Picture taken in Donmanus Bay Ireland
4 Votes
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Tridacna - is a genus of large saltwater clams, marine bi... by Igor Tarasevich
Tridacna - is a genus of large saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the subfamily Tridacninae, the giant clams.Have heavy shells, fluted with 4 to 6 folds.Can weigh more than 200 kilograms nd have an average lifespan in the wild of over 100 yr
9 Votes
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Hermit crab Bokeh by Henley Spiers
Hermit crab Bokeh
9 Votes
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Mantis shrimp
8 Votes
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Sea Lemon (Archidoris pseudoargus) - Picture taken in Dun... by Gary Carpenter
Sea Lemon (Archidoris pseudoargus) - Picture taken in Dunmanus Bay, Ireland.
4 Votes
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Glowing Anemone
It was easy to spot this vibrant tube anemone in the black sand of Dumaguete.
6 Votes
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Blenny in home,Gardens of the Queen, Cuba
30 Votes
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Anemonefishes are specialised damselfishes that have adap... by Igor Tarasevich
Anemonefishes are specialised damselfishes that have adapted to living in a symbiotic relatonship with anemones, to such extent that they are rarely seen away from their host. Here you can see Maldives own anemonefishes
8 Votes
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Cryptic teardrop crab (Pelia mutica) - Picture taken in B... by Gary Carpenter
Cryptic teardrop crab (Pelia mutica) - Picture taken in Bonaire.
5 Votes
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Hotlips!
Snooted hotlips spider crab. Snooted.
5 Votes
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South African anemone, Camps bay, Western Cape.
shortlistedShortlisted!
17 Votes
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Clean crab by Carsten Schroeder
Clean crab
7 Votes
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Sexy Shrimp taken with an Nikon AW130 by Carsten Schroeder
Sexy Shrimp taken with an Nikon AW130
9 Votes
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squad lobster
11 Votes
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date posted posted: Friday, May 25, 2018
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: Pacific Indonesia
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Lepadogaster lepadogaster
Clingfish by Cumhur Gedikoglu
Lepadogaster lepadogaster
Clingfish
5 Votes
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Shrimp Rider by Henley Spiers
Shrimp Rider
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8 Votes
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Temerary shrimp
(Palaemon serratus) by Ferdinando Meli
Temerary shrimp
(Palaemon serratus)
4 Votes
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Underwater flower 
 by Patrick Verbustel
Underwater flower
4 Votes
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date posted posted: Monday, May 21, 2018
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: Pacific Indonesia
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Feather duster worm reaching out
A bright feather duster worm brightening up a bleak background.
5 Votes
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Porcelain Crab
7 Votes
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"Sweeping Shadows" - A brightly-colored flagfin glass blenny rests on coral. Shot with one strobe on an angle to provide texture. (No snoot.)
5 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, May 24, 2018
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: Caribbean Sea Cayman islands
date posted Book a Dive Trip to Cayman islands
view portfolio more shots by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
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Can you see a fish on this picture?

Scorpaenidae (also... by Igor Tarasevich
Can you see a fish on this picture?
Scorpaenidae (also known as the scorpionfish) very well camouflaged, venomous, dangerous, and even fatal to humans. It is one of the most venomous fish known.
2 Votes
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Tripterygion delaisi by Cumhur Gedikoglu
Tripterygion delaisi
6 Votes
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Show time. Harlequin Shimp. by Yustus Mananggung
Show time. Harlequin Shimp.
12 Votes
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