Pygmy Pipehorse (Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri)

Pygmy Pipehorse (<em>Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri</em>)

Pygmy Pipehorse (Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri)

A rare Pygmy Pipehorse (Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri). Looks similar to the Seahorse Family except for the little antenna's.They are about 30mm in length hard to find and not to mention to photograph! You have to wait for the current to position their tiny little body's there so delicate. Taken at Bare Island, Sydney, Australia with a Sony DSC T3 with Marine Housing. Exact location is a secret!!
Photocomp November '5 - Novice

2005-11-12

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