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  1. Sea anemone, order: Actiniaria⁠ Franck Fogarolo @thesmilingseahorse⁠ Koh Lipe, Thailand⁠ This anemone suggests us to keep our fingers crossed or I dream…?...⁠ ⁠KEEP DIVING... KEEP HOPE...
  2. Anyone can help me to identify the creature in the picture. Found on a night dive, swimming (drifting?) in midwater, 2-3cm in size, southern Rote Island, Indonesia. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
  3. I built myself a homemade snoot and took it out for a test run in a local lake here in upstate NY. I noticed on a previous dive when photographing snails that what look like anemone's attach themselves to the snails shell and figured these would be a good use for my snoot practice. After processing the images, I discovered that one of the anemone's had a crustacean of some sort on it. Does anyone know what these are? The anemone's themselves are very small barely visible with my naked eye. Only looking through my viewfinder with a 60mm lens and +5 Subsea could I see anything. The first image is cropped significantly so you can see the shrimp. The other two show the anemone alone and also a collection of them on a piece of vegetation. Any help identifying these would be appreciated.
  4. I used to think these were anemones but now I'm not so sure. They may be a Zoanthids. Please help me ID these if you can. Thanks! if you can. Thanks!
  5. Filmed at Aer Perang in the Lembeh Strait. The shrimps are "graceful commensal shrimps", Ancylomenes venustus, but what is/are the coral/anemones that they are on? The red polyps look like they might be a species of Goniophora, but they have a less regular pattern than other examples I've seen. Also the white tentacles such as the bulb-like tentacle in the lower left of the 3rd clip at 0:26 looks more like something like Entacmaea quadricolor. I'm wondering if there might even be 2 species here mixed??? Tropical Pacific Reef Creature Identification by Humann & DeLoach is no more specifc than "Ancylomenes venustus associates with stony corals and anemones".
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