Posts Tagged "underwater macro photograhy"

Marine Leeches; Piscicolidae

Posted by on Dec 14, 2016 in | Comments Off on Marine Leeches; Piscicolidae

Marine leeches are such small creatures that they are only identifiable after the SCUBA dive is done. It’s generally a case of checking the underwater photo on the computer back at the diving...

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Sponges; Porifera

Posted by on Nov 27, 2011 in | Comments Off on Sponges; Porifera

Sponges are especially popular with our scuba diving macro photographers. Both for their fine structure but also as food sources for a few of our Koh Phangan Nudibranch species. Barrel Sponge; Xestospongia testudinaria The largest and most eye-catching of all the sponges, with a variety of growth forms. 22 Photos Blue Sponge; Haliclona species. Haliclona species - maybe caerulea - food of the Jorunna nudibranch. 10 Photos Encrusting Sponges inc. Clathria sp. Growing over all sorts of things... 14 Photos Orange Sprawling Sponge, Clathria reinwardti With a growth form more...

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