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Harlequin Shrimp, Hymenocera elegans, Sascha Janson, Critters@Lembeh Lembeh Resort, Lembeh Strait Indonesia 2016
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Lembeh Gulen Critter Shootout 2016 – Day 2 “Nudibranch Competition Day”

The Lembeh Resort Shootout Team were up early this morning to prepare for the first competition day of the Lembeh Gulen Critter Shootout. By 7pm Gulen time we need to upload our nudibranch images from today’s dives so before heading …

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Welcome to the Lembeh Gulen Critter Shootout 2016

It’s here. It’s arrived. It’s happening! The first ever International Critter Shootout begins today here at Lembeh Resort and our team is ready for action. Watch out Gulen!

Our team here at Lembeh Resort (Greg Sherman, Nicholas More, Debbie Arriaga, Jerry …

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Critters of the Lembeh Strait | The Lembeh Resort House-Reef

The Lembeh Resort House Reef is not only great for the small critters, there are some very pretty scenic artificial and natural reef structures around as well. Count the number of nudibranchs shown in this video and see for yourself …

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From gobies to sharks, Lembeh continues to unveil more secrets…

Two weeks’ ago when I posted on the flasher wrasses of Lembeh, I announced a newly-described flasher wrasse species, Paracheilinus paineorum, which is found in many dive sites in Lembeh Strait. You might be wondering, just how common is …

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First Indonesian Marine Biologist to Explore Norway

 

For those of you that have dived with us before you may well be familiar with our on-site, full time marine biologist “Dimpy”. Dimpy has been with …

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