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Wakatobi finished!

Finally finished the Wakatobi info after 8 months!  Over 340 species recorded, with more than  150 fish species.  The most diverse site we have visited, although these photos represent only a fraction of the total specie…

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Catching up

15.03.18

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Sainte Anne, Seychelles

30.11.17, Sainte Anne Resort update

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St. Lucia

Completed images

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Update

New changes

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What's that thing?

This beautifully coloured growth, which resembles a red rose is actually a collection of mollusc eggs.  They are laid in a ribbon and if you look closely you should be able to see the very small individual eggs. As to what species?  The favourite option at the moment is the Spanish Dancer, Hexabranchus sanguineus

At a loss with this image.  Noted all over the shallow subtidal off Sainte Anna resort, Anse Tortues beach.  Looks like a coarse mucus mesh, presumably to trap food, but not evidently associated with any species.  Any comments welcome.