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  1. Discovered by accident in 2009, the spawning of the Jewel Anemones must surely be considered one of the greatest annual wildlife events you can observe as a scuba diver in New Zealand waters. For two consecutive years I have had the special privilege of capturing the action. This is the first time I've ever put a video together - that was a fun learning curve! Please feel welcome to share your feedback. https://vimeo.com/133317564
  2. Here is a clip of Bumphead Parrotfish spawning in Palau in February 2013. It's one of those things that very few people will get to witness. It starts out with and aggregation of hundreds (maybe even a thousand) and culminates in an orgy. Unfortunately it was about 6am on an overcast day so the quality leaves a bit to be desired.
  3. Hi Folks, just wanted to share a couple of shots I took back in January when the water was warm and the fish were randy. Both taken under the pier at Blairgowrie Marina, Port Phillip Bay, Australia on the same memorable dive. For Your Eyes Only. First time capturing Seahorses transferring eggs! Did have to do a lot of exposure adjustment and backscatter removal on this as it happened quickly plus because I was slow to act my settings and strobe position were still in close focus macro mode. Spawning Dragonets. Seen this frequently but still haven't got a good image of the moment of the egg/sperm release. Maybe next Spring! Cheers, Jim.
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