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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Solomon Sea

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Unidentified flat worm swimming. D300-60mm
Manta feeding on Devil's Highway, 8 to 10 knot current, had to hide behind wall at 25' then launch upward when the manta passed overhead. Then kick very hard to prevent elevator ride from down current to 80'. Exciting is understatement
little nudi taken with Canon 400D/Hugyfot + 100mm + Macromate
Young future-diver with canoe in tow. The image was taken during a visit to the Russell Island group aboard Bilikiki.
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Pygmy Seahorse ~ Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands on a shallow wall with great vis smile

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Turtle reef tropical fantasy smile
While diving in the Solomon Islands we are often visited by the beautiful and inquisitive children in their tiny dugout canoes. Their blonde and red hair along with the rich dark skin make their appearance curiously striking.
"The Swirl" Cross-species mating? Chelidonura inornata and Chelidonura electra
Clownfish, 105mm
This little fish was quick to move but I got a lucky shot straight on and he smiled for the camera!
"Brain Waves" Shallow brain coral seascape. Solomon Isl.
Pseudoceros sp. FLATWORM.
"Funny, How a name sticks with you". Spaeramia nematoptera PAJAMA CARDINALFISH. I first learned of these fish on this trip! That name really stuck with me, and I began seeing them everywhere!!
A Sea fan.
Odontodactylus scyllarus, PEACOCK MANTIS SHRIMP. My first one!! What a wacky - alien creature!!
Amphiprion percula. CLOWN ANEMONEFISH. Another shot of the "real" Nemo!
Amphiprion percula. CLOWN ANEMONEFISH. The real Nemo!
"Afternoon Gossip" Plagiotremus rhinorynchos TUBE-WORM BLENNY
Anyperodon leucogrammicus, SLENDER GROUPER
Out of the dark! Heniochus varius, HUMPHEAD BANNERFISH.
Paracirrhites forsteri, FRECKLED HAWKFISH.
Hippocampus bargibanti. Pygmy Seahorse

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Editor's Comment
I know, we've OD'ed on pygmies but we haven't had one for a while and it is a top shot - well done Larissa
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Hypselodoris bullockii, Nudibranch Taken at Tufi Dive Resort PNG
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