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bmorescuba last won the day on June 25 2018

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    Olympus OMD EM1mkII
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  1. My guess is some species of Whip Coral Shrimp. Some examples here: https://seaunseen.com/ankers-whip-coral-shrimp/ Which exact species is a little more difficult to determine.
  2. My guess would be the Yellowface Pikeblenny (Chaenopsis limbaughi). Little bit hard to tell from just the head. If it's not the Yellowface, it's most likely some kind of pikeblenny.
  3. My guess would be slate pencil urchin (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heterocentrotus_mamillatus)
  4. Lophozozymus incisus is possible, but a long shot. I do see the violet highlights. I would reach out to these folks: https://www.crabdatabase.info/en/contact Or, just browse the site. They've helped me before.
  5. I would classify them as intertidal algae and search for that. One might be Padina pavonica or close (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Padina_pavonica) The other sure looks like some type of Red Algae (Amphiroa), but there are so many varieties... Good luck
  6. #5/#7 is definitely a pipefish. Maybe Rough-ridge Pipefish (Cosmocampus banneri) ?? or Corythoichthys benedetto Not a lot of exemplars for the rarer pipefish. http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/home/species/3175
  7. One of my Red Sea ID books has Amphiprion sebae as occurring in the Red Sea. It specifically describes: "The second white bar extending along the top of the second dorsal fin, tail rounded." Sounds/looks like a possible match.
  8. Some possibilities: Caloria indica Godiva rachelae
  9. FOR SALE: Olympus TG-4 & PT-056 Housing Here's exactly what's included: Olympus TG-4 with latest firmware. Red color 1x Olympus LI-92B Battery 1x Olympus F-2AC-1B AC Adapter 2x Olympus USB charging/data cables (aftermarket, CB-USB8 compatible) 2x Wasabi BTR-LI90B-JWP Aftermarket batteries 1x Wasabi LCH-LI50b Wall Charger 1x Sandisk Ultra 32GB SDHC Memory Card (Class 10, 80MB/s) 1x Olympus CLA-T01 Converter adapter for the Fisheye and Tele Converter Lenses 2x 40.5mm lens caps for CLA-T01 Olympus PT-056 Underwater Housing for TG-4 (fits TG-3, too) 1x Olympus PRLC-14 body lens cap for PT-056 1x Oylmpus POL-053 O-ring for PT-056 1x Olympus Silca-5S silicon grease (cap broken) 1x Olympus PFUD-09 LCD Hood 1x Olympus PFCA-02 Optical fiber cable adapter a few spare Olympus desiccant packs designed for PT-056 Olympus o-ring picker Single Arm Tray from Optical Ocean Sales Here's a detailed description of the condition of each item. TG-4 - used, good condition. The shutter count on this camera is 4,071. Everything works. The waterproofness of the camera is intact (down to the rated 50ft.). Functionally, the camera has no issues. Cosmetically, I would rate it about 5/10. The lens has no scratches, but the rear LCD has several small ones. Some of the paint on the lettering has worn off. This camera has been used in pools, fresh water diving, and salt water diving. The biggest cosmetic issue for me is some salt water buildup around the screws surrounding the lens (see pic). I have always rinsed the camera after use, but when I first started using it, I didn't realize that you should remove the ring surrounding the lens while rinsing as well. If you rinse without doing this, salt water can remain inside this ring and cause minor corrosion on the screws.I have been using it in its current state for several years, so it's not a big deal. I replaced the standard lens ring cover with the CLA-T01. If you use the camera by itself underwater, leave the CLA-T01 on, then remove it when rinsing. If you use the camera in the housing, just remove the CLA-T01 (and add a POSR-053 if you have one) Batteries: All 3 batteries hold a charge, but I would not trust them for more than 1 dive (maybe 150 shots with flash on low power). PT-056 - used, very good condition. I doubt this has seen more than 20 ocean dives. There are no issues that I'm aware of. Some very minor cosmetic blemishes, but that's it. Due to the cosmetic issues of the TG-4, I'm going to price this low at $350 US. I will include PayPal fees and USPS shipping in that price. I would prefer to ship using USPS, but will consider international or other carriers at buyer's expense. A few more pics
  10. Opistognathus solorensis? (Solor Jawfish) There are yellow and non-yellow variations. This looks like the non-yellow variation.
  11. These look more like nudibranch egg ribbons to me Like these
  12. If you have any luck tracking them down, let me know. I'd be willing to trade for the ball mounts. I have 2 of the YS mounts that are unused. I previously used the YS mounts, but I found that the screw part was always subject to a lot of buildup (even after rinsing), so I prefer the direct ball mounts.
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