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Eastern Blue Devil Fish at Shellharbour, New South Wales
Ceratosoma amoenum
Phycodurus eques
Red Morwong at 45m (148 ft) depth on the wreck of The Tuggerah in Sydney, Australia.
Diver on the wreck of the Dee Why Ferry at 45m (150 ft) depth in Sydney, Australia
Leafy seadragon
Juvenile Feather Duster Worm (4mm across) located under Edithburgh Jetty(pier) South Australia
Southern Blue Devil Fish in its den
Phyllodesmium serratum Located under Port Victoria Jetty.
Hypselodoris bennetti
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Leafy seadragon - Phycodurus eques
Big belly seahorse
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clown fish
Miamira flavicostata
Shark from above
Coral sea
Sony A6600
Trinchesia sibogae,
Found Nelsons Bay Australia.
Camera: G7x Mk2/ 2x AOI Q1/ +12 diopter
Rapid Bay Jetty, South Australia
Rapid Bay (leafy Sea Dragon) South Australia has a derelict ship loading jetty. The size and height of the pylons provide a dark marine forest environment.
Big Mumma grey nurse shark. Very full, or very pregnant?
Lion Fish @ Coral Sea
Hiding Little blue crab
Red Sea fan - Coral sea
White sea horse
Goby
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Circling Black tip reef sharks
White Tip reef Shark - Night hunting
I was free diving at home, in QLD Australia when I looked down and saw this, HUGE Ray below me swimming through a huge school of fish. They all parted around the huge male and he swam off and buried i=himself in the sand on the edge of the reef.
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