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Found 3 results

  1. Can anyone help ID this rascal? In the rubble on the Trail Reef area of Charlie's Shoal, Sint Maarten, in about 16m/50'. Only the head was sticking out. I figure some kind of Blenny but no luck finding which so far. The head is barely 1/2" long - maybe 1cm. Thanks!
  2. This took us by surprise. This very friendly tompot came straight out settled on us several times, a little worrying when it was near the face especially after seeing the teeth on Alex's images however he/she showed no aggression and sure made the dive for us. Gary.
  3. Decorator crab, Bantry Bay - Ireland Dogfish, Bantry Bay - Ireland Red Blenny, Kenmare Bay - Ireland Tompot Blenny, Kenmare Bay - Ireland Tompot dance, Kenmare Bay - Ireland. Well not so much of a dance it looked more like a territorial dispute.
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