juvenile semi-circle angelfish - coral triangle advnetures
female anthers, photo taken in the Philippines
Visayas, Philippines 2017 trip report
  Though I have done nearly a dozen trips to the Visayas region in the Philippines, it had been almost
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s pink and white bonnet anemone fish in the Solomon Islands
Anemonefish hybrids in the Solomon Islands
  It’s not often that we come across a naturally occurring and rather obvious hybrid animal while snorkeling. That said,
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black tip reef shark in the Solomon Islands - Coral Triangle Adventures
Solomon Islands 2016 trip report
  The Solomon Islands never fail to amaze us. Every time we visit, now our fourth, we are constantly amazed
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Fluorescence in Acropora millepora
Underwater fluorescence, part 1
  Simply put, fluorescence is the ability to absorb light of shortwave lengths and emit it at longer ones. In
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Fantastic reefs abound in Komodo National Park - Coral Triangle Adventures
Komodo snorkeling tour 2016 trip report
  Once again Coral Triangle Adventures had the chance to explore the beautiful Lesser Sunda islands between Maumere, Flores and
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Tailspot blenny in Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Tailspot blennies in Raja Ampat
  “Dave, did you see a tailspot blenny on that snorkel?”, Lee said, chuckling, as we climbed aboard the Sea
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sunbeams behind a school of barracuda in Raja Ampat
Going to School in Raja Ampat
  There’s no single way to accurately describe the experience of being in Raja Ampat’s waters. One could use every
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juvenile harlquin, or many-spotted, sweetlips
Raja Ampat Trip Report – Oct 2016
  Overcast and downright rainy at times, our snorkeling tour to Raja Ampat seemed like it might not be ‘one
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A juvenile lemon peel anglefish in Beqa Lagoon, Fiji
Fabulous Fiji and the Butterflyfishes
  One of the idyllic destinations that virtually everyone dreams of visiting is the tropical island group of Fiji. Set
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Moray eel gives face in Wakatobi
Wakatobi trip report
  Just rolling the name “Wakatobi” off your tongue evokes a remote, exotic locale and this resort/national park certainly lives
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Pontoh's seahorse found at Wakatobi Resort
A rare find in Wakatobi
  Finding seahorses anywhere is not the easiest of things to do but occasionally we come across one on our
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Commensal crustaceans of Kimbe Bay
  Secretive commensal crustaceans are the norm in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea One of the most impressive things about
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