1. Clips shot on 2 self guided housereef dives on the NAD-Lembeh Housereef. NAD is situated on the Lembeh Straits in a small private bay.

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    Video Shot using Sealux housing for Sony EX-1 and Light and Motion Sunray 2000 LED lights. Very closeup shots shot using 2 Century Achromatic Diopters and a port extension ring supplied by Sealux.

    Lembeh Seadragons / Pygmy Pipehorse are on one of our shipwrecks, as are the Pleurobranchs.

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  2. A Blue Ringed Octopus shot at Pintu Colada, Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. Shot using Canon 5Dmk3, Aquatica Housing and 100mm lens, SOLA 1200 Lights. Shot by Simon Buxton, diving of course with NAD Lembeh.

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  3. A Parasitic Copepod feasting on blood or some sort of brain juice belonging to a small Goby. Shot in the Lembeh Strait at Nudi Falls using a Canon 5Dmk3 and Aquatica housing. 100mm lens with Subsee diopter. 2 x LMI Sola 1200.

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  4. The Hairy Squat Lobster (Lauriea siagiani) lives in the crevices of the large barrel sponges here in the Lembeh Strait. They typically hide pretty well making it tricky to photograph them, and extremely hard to video them. For more info, check here: nadlembehresort.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/hairy-squat-lobster/

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  5. The Dragon Shrimp lives on whip and other spindly corals. it has a great shape and this on is an unusually nice colour.

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