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New camera at Sea Rovers means new pics and some new critters (especially like the Ambon Scorpionfish, which needs to be renamed the Pemuteran Scorpionfish). Thanks to the SubSea macro lens I can get closer to me little friends. Look for more on Facebook where you can find out what the Brethren are up to.
Michael & Karin return to the Brethren for more dive exploits. Below is some of Michael’s photo’s which the Captain touched up and uploaded for the rest of the brethren to enjoy.
From the guys at Marlin Divers NL, a lots of nice pics and good memories. www.marlindivers.nl
Bummer I can’t name the new nudibranch I found. Ashley at Nudibase has identified it as a sap-sucker – Lobiger souverbii – Fischer, 1856 Oh well keep looking. The captain
Once again Pemuteran, Mucky Pirates Bay shows us its mini wonders one of which I have no idea what to call. Anybody have a clue what the funky green thing is?
This lil fella & his mates have been hanging around just off the beach in ‘Mucky Pirates Bay’ for the last couple months Have to give him a name. I Know lets call him Great Phyllodesmium ( Phyllodesmium magnum ) or Phil for short. Hello Phil The Captain
Diving Deep Reef has always been interesting and here are a couple of reasons why. Praying Mantis Shrimp Shrimps in a Feather star Nudi branch More nudibranch Buddy through a Gorgonian The Captain
More pics from the Brethren. Tiger Tiger burning bright in the coral of the night. Ornate Ghostpipefish Like Dude! This is totally my best side. Dude. Check out my Remora. Thanks for the pics Christoph The Captain
Once again the dread Captain Slackbeard strikes as I catch up with the Brethrens photo’s. Night diving ‘Mucky Pirates Bay’ this time. Carefully does it lads thats a hoard of razorfish. One false move and there’ll have ya all mincemeat like in a flash. Oh No, they spotted us! Swim away, swim away…AAAAAaaaaaggh! Have they … Continue reading
Yesterday was a good day to pray Sabine and Katrin hanging out at the temple gates. Nice little Nudi rests in contemplation at the base of Buddha statue. Hairy lobster or crab, I forget. Vis was so so, with lots of large particles in the water but otherwise a great dive as usual. More photo’s … Continue reading