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  1. Hi Wolfgang, Yes, I agree, it looks very much like a salp (juvenile probably). I searched though salps images, but never found this particular one. This is the closest I've found. Regards, Alex
  2. Hi Wolfgang, That thing actually was quite small, around 3-5 mm in diameter and about 20-50 cm in length. Thanks, for you suggestion, but Apolemia seems to be much bigger. I shared full size image here with a bit more details. Regards, Alex
  3. I found several of those ribbons on one particular night dive at Shaab Rumi, Sudan this March. What are they?
  4. Wow! Never thought about that, they are so small, thanks!
  5. I really don't know what they are. Any suggestions?
  6. Could anyone help me identify crinoids on those images: #2 Thanks!
  7. This nudibranch looks similar to Favorinus tsuruganus, but I think it's another spices.
  8. The second one can be Dardanus lagopodes (according to Lieske & Myers "Coral Reef Guide. Red Sea"), but I'm not sure. Any suggestions?
  9. This one from Komodo That one from the Red Sea BTW: any online resources on crustseans ID?
  10. Looks like him. Thanks a lot! ;-)
  11. It looks like pretty much the same as my thing. The only difference it's attached to the worm, while my things were attached to anything - corals, ropes, etc.
  12. There were little air bubbles inside this thing (link to full-sized image). I agree, most likely it's cyanobacteria. Thank you Leslie!
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