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1116-39998 - Diver and a well camouflaged Commerson's frogfish (Antennarius commersoni) perched at the bow of the wreck of the Alma Jane off Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines.
1116-40069 - An Atlantis submarine cruises by the MS Pride of America, a Norwegian Cruise Line vessel, and lifeboats anchored off Kailua-Kona, the Big Island, Hawaii, USA during the summer, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-39726 - The Bubble Coral Shrimp (Vir philippinensis) is found only on this species of coral, Pleurogyra sinuosa. The brown oval objects are actually Acoel Flatworms (Waminoa sp) that feed on nutrients trapped in mucus covering the coral, Philippines
1116-39723 - Yellow pygmy seahorse (Hippocampus bargibanti), also known as Bargibant's Pygmy Seahorse, camouflaged in coral. They are found from Southern tropical Japan, throughout the Philippines, Indonesia, east to Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Van
1116-39760 - A diver swims over The Carthaginian, a Lahaina landmark, that was sunk as an artifical reef off Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii in December 2005. The Atlantis submarine visites the site several times every day, Maui, Hawaii, USA
1116-39714 - These two parasitic mollusks, Thyca crystallina, are growing on the host starfish, Linckia laevigata. This parasitic shell only attaches to this species of starfish, into which it burrows and sucks up nutrients, Philippines
1116-39967 - A commercial whale shark encounter with a feeder above on a canoe and a Whale Shark (Rhiniodon typus) below. This is the world's largest species of fish, Oslob, Philippines
1116-39964 - A commercial whale shark encounter with a feeder above on a canoe and a Whale Shark (Rhiniodon typus) below. This is the world's largest species of fish, Oslob, Philippines
1116-39716 - The Hairy Squat Lobster (Lauria slagiani) is found alone, and in pairs, on the outside of barrel sponges belonging to the genus Xestospongia. They are tiny (one centimeter across) and difficult to find on the folds of the sponge, Philippines
1116-39722 - This female Ornate Ghost Pipefish, also known as a Harlequin Ghost Pipefish (Solenostomus paradoxus) is holding it's egg mass in the pouch that is formed by two specialized fins. The eggs can seen through the transparent areas of the fins, Philippines
1116-39725 - Mouth detail of a colourful and healthy Mushroom coral, Fungia fungites, that is growing on a tropical coral reef in the Philippines. Mushroom coral is unique in the coral world, in that it does not attach itself to the bottom, Philippines
1116-39729 - Both a Crinoid Commensal Shrimp (Periclimenes cornutus) and a Crinoid Squat Lobster (Allogalathea elegans) on a crinoid. These tiny crustaceans are commensal on crinoids or feather stars and take their color from the host, Philippines
1116-39721 - Yellow pygmy seahorse (Hippocampus bargibanti), also known as Bargibant's Pygmy Seahorse. They are found from Southern tropical Japan, throughout the Philippines, Indonesia, east to Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Vanuatu and the Great Bar
1116-39719 - A Slender Spongegoby (Phyllogobius platycephalops) and two different species of crabs. Attached to the goby are several parasites with egg cases, that will likely prove fatal over time. Many species live on the convuluted surface of this sponge, Philippin
1116-39966 - A commercial whale shark encounter with a feeder above on a canoe and a Whale Shark (Rhiniodon typus) below. This is the world's largest species of fish, Oslob, Philippines
1116-39938 - Mouth detail of a colorful and healthy mushroom coral (Fungia fungites) that is growing on a tropical coral reef. Mushroom coral is unique in the coral world, in that it does not attach itself to the bottom, Philippines