Clark's Anemonefish Fertilising Eggs
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I was lucky enough to catch this male Clark's Anemonefish fertilising his partner's eggs.
Anemonefish use, as can been seen here, external fertilisation. I have seen the eggs many times,…
Marine Ribbon Worm
The largest free-living worm in the sea is the ribbon worm. But for all their size, this is the first one I have seen here, and I cannot find photos of them at all.
This one was around 1 metre long,…
Yawning Bargibanti's Pygmy Seahorse
Pygmy Seahorses are one of the critters that put Lembeh on the map. You can come here and be guaranteed sightings...
..but Pygmy Seahorses are very frustrating critters to photograph or video. First…
Risbecia tryoni - Feeding
The Risbecia tryoni is a well known nudi, as it is often found 'tailgating' in pairs, with one very closely following the other.
These ones were very unusual as I found them eating. It…
Spindle Cowrie - Phenacovolva tokioi
These beautiful cowries camoflague themselves on their host sea fans. They are really lovely mollusks to find.
This one was particularly co-operative, as it had just reached the end of a branch of…
Anemone Arrow Crab
This is one of the prettiest Decorators Crabs i've seen. It is covered in, what I presume are, tiny white anemones. The time and effort that must go into finding, selecting, then placing on it's…
Threadfin Sand Diver (Trichonotus elegans)
Though this fish is not that rare, it is very difficult to get close to.
They live in the sand, usually in shallow water. They hang out in groups, with one male, with the distinctive dorsal fin,…
Painted Porcelain Crabs - Twins
Sometimes you have to dive for macro in a current. It's tricky to film, but sometimes it's worth it..
I found this lovely little Sea Pen on a dive and was delighted to see that there were…
Snapping Crinoid Shrimp
These shrimp are fairly rare. They spend their lives living in crinoids (Feather Stars).
What was very interesting about this one, was that when I look at the film I noticed that behind it's…
We often see these young Catfish is groups, but they are usually feeding on the sand and difficult to approach closely.
This group seemed quite content to keep hiding under a little rock and allow…
Polyclad Flatworm - Flight
These are often confused with nudibranches, but are, in fact, flatworms and completely different.
They usually slide over the substrate, but occassionaly decide to go for a quick 'flight'…
This rather ugly fish is a member of the Velvetfish family. What makes it so special is that, as the name suggests, it is only found in Lembeh Strait.
It doesn't move much and I found this one…
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