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JessBat🦇 Aug 30
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Sinister Wordsmith of the Mountain 🔞 3h
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Hiné Mizushima Aug 25
A rare species, tiny long-tailed sea slug.
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Carin Anne Bondar Dec 3
Check out the fantastic colours on this nudibranch! It is a Spanish shawl
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Science Magazine Jun 19
A new study found that a protects a green and from predation in the Hawaiian system—an important reminder of the vital “invisible” contributions that microbes can have to coral reef . ($)
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Science Magazine Jun 13
The discovery of a new species of toxin-producing helps explain how a poisonous and its algal prey obtain their chemical defenses. Read more in Science: ($)
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Akira Sakurai Aug 14
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DamianExplores Sep 9
A Predaceous Aeolis (Himatina trophina) billowing in the strong current. Footage from a dive at Alki Beach. There are so many wonderful, colorful in the !
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Kate Vylet Feb 14
A love bite! The rainbow (Dendronotus iris) feeds on tube-dwelling anemones (Pachycerianthus fimbriatus) with a sneak attack! The is only interested in a mouthful of tentacles, but the anemone sure doesn't appreciate being spaghetti dinner.
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ross bullimore Sep 6
One of my favourite photos from one of the most amazing I've ever dived on. In flow, . A Edmundsella pedata, blending into the maerl nodules.
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io Jan 26
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it was . never seen on this beach. washed up with seaweed? came across seven. wanted to help, throw them in water gently but might wash up again soon. tiny beautiful creature, what could I do for you?
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Christine Oh! Dec 20
this year started early..... with deep . Five new species of found in the ocean depths
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Mohamed Adel May 5
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Carin Anne Bondar Mar 26
Who wore it better? 📸:Bowiebranchia
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Motoko Kakubayashi Sep 1
In , the Clione is on the same level of famous sea organisms as sea otters, sea lions, seahorses, and sunfish. Ad for insect repellent rubber bracelets.
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Hannah Dines May 11
That looks familiar 👀. Tully, putting the joy into joyride. Killing it Kearney!!! Kindred spirit with a need for speed and a respect for the training. She's a fish that gone found her legs... 👏
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Harvey Cairns Jan 27
Nudibranchs of Hawaii, July ‘18
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Hakai Magazine Sep 15
They were trading sperm, so mating was definitely part of the act. But they were also eating parts of each other.
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Darrin Schultz Jun 12
Last week at FHL we found a swimming (Dendrotus iris?). This usually crawls on substrate eating tubeworms and hydroids but we caught it swimming near the surface. I've only ever seen Plocamopherus swimming before.
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Alison Young May 24
I usually have to travel these days to find a new-to-me , so I was extra happy to meet this little Smooth-tooth Aeolis (Apata pricei) for the first time this morning along the Coast!
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