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About chowe

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  1. Take a look at Emblemariopsis pricei, Sea Fan Blenny.
  2. That might be it. Sorry it took so long to reply, I didn't get notified and just noticed your reply.
  3. If you look at fishbase, they show it with both a solid line and broken lines.
  4. Take a look at Ecsenius lineatus, Lined Blenny. Can't find any photos where the colors match exactly, but it looks like it's pretty variable.
  5. Take a look at Emdocephalus annulatus, Turtle Headed Sea Snake.
  6. Went on a live aboard around the Island of Cebu. Can't Id these fish.
  7. Thanks Pangeagirl, I think you're right on the unicornfish. I think the markings on the tail of the Philippine dartfish are pretty distinctive though. BTW, How was the diving in Viet Nam?
  8. First pic try Epibulus insideater, Slingjaw Wrasse, Terminal Phase. Second pic try Macropharyngodon negroensis, Black Wrasse, Juvenile. Third pic I'm pretty sure that is a type of coral. Do not know my corals at all.
  9. Thanks again Pangeagirl. I get his books next Wednesday.
  10. Look at Labracinus cyclophthalmus, Firetail Dottyback. They are very variable. Here are two examples.
  11. I think so too, something about the spot in the middle of it's head doesn't look quite right, but it was really small and might just be a juvenile.
  12. Hope someone knows this one.
  13. I have not been able to ID 4 fish from Dumaguete. I'll post the 4th in my next Topic.
  14. Thank you Pangeagirl. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I think you are spot on on both. I even looked in Poppe Images and missed it. Also thank you for the book tips, I just ordered five of his titles. I have had one other person tell me they thought the first image was an isopod.
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