Nembrotha by PacificKlaus on Flickr.Nembrotha is a genus of sea slugs, nudibranchs, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Polyceridae.
Nembrotha is the type genus of the subfamily Nembrothinae.

Nembrotha by PacificKlaus on Flickr.

Nembrotha is a genus of sea slugs, nudibranchs, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Polyceridae.

Nembrotha is the type genus of the subfamily Nembrothinae.

Halequin Crab by PacificKlaus on Flickr.Lissocarcinus orbicularis, common names sea cucumber crab and red-spotted white crab, is a species of crabs in the family Portunidae.
Lissocarcinus orbicularis grows to about 4 cm (1.6 in), and has a smooth, glabrous carapace with distinctive spots. The carapace is slightly shorter than it is broad and has a highly convex shape.
This species has a commensalistic relationship with certain sea cucumbers. It can be found within the gut cavity, or near the oral tentacles and anus of sea cucumber species Holothuria whitmaei, Actinopyga obesa, and most commonly Holothuria atra.
The type locality for this species is Fiji, and it is widely distributed in the Indo-Pacific. It is also found in the Red Sea.

Halequin Crab by PacificKlaus on Flickr.

Lissocarcinus orbicularis, common names sea cucumber crab and red-spotted white crab, is a species of crabs in the family Portunidae.
Lissocarcinus orbicularis grows to about 4 cm (1.6 in), and has a smooth, glabrous carapace with distinctive spots. The carapace is slightly shorter than it is broad and has a highly convex shape.
This species has a commensalistic relationship with certain sea cucumbers. It can be found within the gut cavity, or near the oral tentacles and anus of sea cucumber species Holothuria whitmaei, Actinopyga obesa, and most commonly Holothuria atra.
The type locality for this species is Fiji, and it is widely distributed in the Indo-Pacific. It is also found in the Red Sea.

Frogfish by PacificKlaus on Flickr.Frogfishes, family Antennariidae, are a type of anglerfish in the order Lophiiformes. They are known as anglerfishes in Australia, where ‘frogfish’ refers to the Batrachoididae. Frogfishes are found in almost all tropical and subtropical oceans and seas around the world, the primary exception being the Mediterranean Sea.
Frogfishes are short and stocky, sometimes with extensive projections all over the body, making their appearance atypical for bony fish. Some species are elaborately camouflaged, both as protection from predators and to enable them to lure prey. Many species can change color; some are covered with other organisms such as algae or hydrozoa. In keeping with this camouflage, frogfishes typically move slowly, lying in wait for prey, and then striking extremely rapidly, in as little as 6 milliseconds.
There are few traces of frogfishes in the fossil record, though Antennarius monodi is known from the Miocene of Algeria.

Frogfish by PacificKlaus on Flickr.

Frogfishes, family Antennariidae, are a type of anglerfish in the order Lophiiformes. They are known as anglerfishes in Australia, where ‘frogfish’ refers to the Batrachoididae. Frogfishes are found in almost all tropical and subtropical oceans and seas around the world, the primary exception being the Mediterranean Sea.

Frogfishes are short and stocky, sometimes with extensive projections all over the body, making their appearance atypical for bony fish. Some species are elaborately camouflaged, both as protection from predators and to enable them to lure prey. Many species can change color; some are covered with other organisms such as algae or hydrozoa. In keeping with this camouflage, frogfishes typically move slowly, lying in wait for prey, and then striking extremely rapidly, in as little as 6 milliseconds.

There are few traces of frogfishes in the fossil record, though Antennarius monodi is known from the Miocene of Algeria.

The Steps
Kamay National Park
Botany Bay
Daddy Weedy Sea Dragon
Egg Laden

The Steps
Kamay National Park
Botany Bay
Daddy Weedy Sea Dragon
Egg Laden

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Tangled Manta Ray asks for diver’s help - Ghost Fishing - Costa Rica

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