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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf of Venezuela (5)

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We usually see at least one large green moray eel on each dive.  This guy was particularly interested in checking out my camera.
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf of Venezuela

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Interesting color of this christmas treeworm by J. Daniel Horovatin
Interesting color of this christmas treeworm
5 Votes
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Flamingo tongue by J. Daniel Horovatin
Flamingo tongue
6 Votes
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Snake Eel by J. Daniel Horovatin
Snake Eel
6 Votes
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Spirobranchus giganteus
This was one of the most delicately coloured ones I have ever seen. Just a hint of peachy-apricot to it.
This is uncropped.
5 Votes
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Longlure frogfish: Waiting a meal with its baited lure. by J. Daniel Horovatin
Longlure frogfish: Waiting a meal with its baited lure.
6 Votes
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Longsnout seahorse by J. Daniel Horovatin
Longsnout seahorse
4 Votes
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Cymothoid Isopods: Double trouble for this fish with a pa... by J. Daniel Horovatin
Cymothoid Isopods: Double trouble for this fish with a pair of cymothoid isopods hooked into each side of its jaw.
5 Votes
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Spinyhead Blenny by J. Daniel Horovatin
Spinyhead Blenny
1 Votes
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this was taken in November in Bonaire...I thought the pattern on this Cyphoma gibbosum was quite unusual...and the contrast to the lavender rope sponge it was on was t me, the best.
3 Votes
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This is uncropped.
Olympus EPL-5, Nauticam housing, 60mm macro lens (no diopter), 2 Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobes,
F/18, s 1/160 and ISO 200
Peppermint Goby (Coryphopterus lipernes) size for this guy was about 1 inch.
5 Votes
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Secretary Blenny, with an eye out for a meal.
4 Votes
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A pink frogfish waits patiently with its baited lure in action.
7 Votes
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Would these be eggs being left by the flamingo tongue snail??
6 Votes
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Male yellowhead jawfish aerating his batch of eggs.
6 Votes
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Goby on rope sponge taken with Canon G11 in Fisheye FIX housing and double close-up lens accessory.
8 Votes
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Two frogfish just hanging out.
shortlistedShortlisted!
13 Votes
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Beautiful Anchor on the top of Rock Pile Reef.
11 Votes
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Yellowhead jawfish clearing sand from its tunnel.
11 Votes
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Hairy Blenny species by David Gilchrist
Hairy Blenny species
9 Votes
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Spinyhead Blenny in a blanket of Sargent Major eggs.
5 Votes
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Yellowhead Jawfish. Spent some time and a number of dives watching for the eggs to develop
7 Votes
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I waited and waited and then this little gem almost swam into my port. There is a small amount of cropping on this photo. I particularly like her fin on the left side of the photo - what beauty!!
6 Votes
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Secretary Blenny, Sigma 70mm with +10 wet diopter
18 Votes
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date posted posted: Sunday, January 25, 2015
date posted category: Macro - Super macro
date posted location: Gulf of Venezuela Aruba
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Maybe I should call this "There is always one..."
See the fish in the upper right? Only one not going the same way as the school...now why do I identify with that fish?
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I have my eye on you
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saltpiersponce
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redpipe
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