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Bullock’s Hypselodoris up very close.
a pair of ornate ghost pipefish; taken in shallow water, natural light; after finding the subjects, it was point and shoot, and shoot, and shoot, and shoot
There's room for more...
These Bridled clown fish can bite, just look at those teeth.
"3 Little Nudibranchs Sitting on a Rock"
Hypselodoris Bullocki at El Nido, The Philippines. Taken with Olympus C7070 and Ikelite Housing
This is my home. Go away!
Juvenile clown fish on a white anemone photographed with Olympus C5050.
Called it SAWI nudi.Taken during my LOB trip to Tenggol Island.
Yes I‘m grumpy so what!!! Yeah this box crab seems to be having a bad day.
Two small starfish traveling on one big one.
Colony of blue sea squirts
If two clown fish are better than one, what about three???
This sea horse was trying to hide behind these feathery hydroids.
Jorunna funebris
Funky anemone for this male Bridled clown fish
Volva volva fiding on soft coral
Blue ringed octopus.

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Editor's Comment
very sharp image and worth a zoom!
Bridled clown fish having a face rub whith his all white host.
Mating sea hare. Picture taken with Olympus C-3040z and Inon macro lense.
I only noticed this shell because it was moving. From the top it looks very ordinary, but turn it over and you get this pretty flower.
Polyps are amazing creatures especialy when you look at them close-up.
One clown fish is good but two is better.
Both today's and yesterday's pictures are of the same familly but they don't look much alike here is a little harlequin shrimp,enjoy the picture as they very rarely seen probally due too ther size (~1cm)and their camouflage ability.
White sandy bottom and up/down pictures don't look too good, but
this little fellow (1.5 cm) was found, and the picture taken under those conditions. Apparently it is a very rare siting, it goes by the name of Royal Cerberilla
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