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The Sydney Pygmy Pipehorse The Sydney Pygmy Pipehorse
I thought my eyes were deceiving me. All I could make out was a little white fish resembling a seahorse, no bigger than a 50-cent piece. Yet it was so elaborately disguised I literally bumped into it head first.....
Added: December 14th 2004 at 4:13am
Seaslugs - Part I. Headshield slugs and Sea hares. Seaslugs - Part I. Headshield slugs and Sea hares.
I have compiled a sequential account of the five main seaslug orders, supported by photographic records and some likely Sydney dive sites to encounter members of each order.
Added: November 24th 2004 at 4:21am
Seaslugs - Part II. Sidegill slugs and Sap-sucking slugs Seaslugs - Part II. Sidegill slugs and Sap-sucking slugs
In this article I will introduce you to the next two in hierarchical sequence. Seaslugs are indeed fascinating creatures and are a favorite for many photographers. They do not move about very quickly at all, which is a characteristic that makes them easy subjects to shoot. Often it is not the case of 'the one that got away', but the case of 'Oh no! I have run out of film again!'.
Added: November 23rd 2004 at 6:17am
Seaslugs - Part III. Nudibranchs Seaslugs - Part III. Nudibranchs
I wish I had a pound for every time I heard a diver say: 'Did you see the beautiful nudibranch down there?' - not knowing, that the creature was only another opistobranch and not a true nudie?
Added: November 23rd 2004 at 3:50am
What are we? What are we?
We are chubby, could be considered kind of cute – depending on one’s own perception of the word cute – have pectoral fins that can resemble feet, use fake devices to catch our food. Have you got any ideas yet of our identity? ...
Added: August 29th 2003 at 7:35pm
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