Posted by Merry on November 29, 2013 at 10:17:08:|
In Reply to: test Kevin's link posted by Merry on November 27, 2013 at 10:58:16:
At Honeymoon cove, bat rays cruised past us five times, during which time vis steadily deteriorated. Phil suggested that they might have been stirring-up things while feeding in the sand off the reef.
A second school of ~ 100 barracuda surprised us on Buchananís reef.
This yellowfin fringehead is from the Flat Rock area. These tiny fish are probably more common than we detect.
Perfectly matching our red sponges, Rostanga pulchra is about as frustratingly cryptic as a nudi can get. (Merry's Reef.)
Phil's favorite garibaldi can always been found in the same spot on Merry's Reef.
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