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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Netherlands Antilles

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Smallmouth Grunts Haemulon chrysargyreum, Bonaire
By Pauline Walsh Jacobson
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Coral farming, Reef Renewal Foundation, Bonaire
By Pauline Walsh Jacobson
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Netherlands Antilles

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Coral farming, Reef Renewal Foundation, Bonaire
2 Votes
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Smallmouth Grunts Haemulon chrysargyreum, Bonaire
5 Votes
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Yellowline Arrow Crab
Bonaire,Dutch Caribbian
9 Votes
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Ole Blue Eyes in St. Eustatia by John Loving
Ole Blue Eyes in St. Eustatia
2 Votes
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The cirri goatee!!!
4 Votes
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Dancing with myself.....
8 Votes
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Cute but scared. Am I friend or foe?
shortlistedShortlisted!
12 Votes
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Lettuce Sea Slug, Elysia crispata, Bonaire
5 Votes
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Rusty Goby
Priolepis hipoliti
Bonaire Netherlands Antilles
6 Votes
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Parking for pregnant fathers only
6 Votes
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Arrow Crab
Stenorhynchus seticornis
Bonaire
5 Votes
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Pick-up Sticks....arrow crab and longspine sea urchin
9 Votes
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Starksia springeri Springer’s blenny Shy Blenny Complex
4 Votes
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White striped scarlet cleaning shrimp
5 Votes
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Lettuce Sea Slug, Elylsia crispata, Bonaire by Pauline Jacobson
Lettuce Sea Slug, Elylsia crispata, Bonaire
7 Votes
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A pair of French Angels in Bonaire by Leslie Howell
A pair of French Angels in Bonaire
10 Votes
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Longlure Frogfish Bonaire
Antennarius multiocellatus
7 Votes
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The scoop
Banded jawfish
Opistognathus macrognathus
shortlistedShortlisted!
15 Votes
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Peewee
Juvenile Longlure Frogfish
Antennarius multiocellatus
shortlistedShortlisted!
15 Votes
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The Dragon
Yellowface Pikeblenny
Chaenopsis limbaughi
Bonaire
shortlistedShortlisted!
20 Votes
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Tessellated Blenny
Hypsoblennius invemar
Bonaire
Up close and happy to see me!
11 Votes
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Medusa Blenny
Bonaire
5 Votes
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I need a little room.....Yellowhead Jaw Fish
Something Special Bonaire
16 Votes
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Parrothead 
Hypsoblennius invemar 
Tessellated blenny 
... by John Roach
Parrothead
Hypsoblennius invemar
Tessellated blenny
Bonaire
8 Votes
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Rusty Goby 
Bonaire by John Roach
Rusty Goby
Bonaire
7 Votes
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Always a circus 
Tessellated blenny 
Hypsoblennius inve... by John Roach
Always a circus
Tessellated blenny
Hypsoblennius invemar
Bonaire
7 Votes
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The anemones in Bonaire are often full of shrinps like this one.
6 Votes
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