For many nudibranch lovers the “Melibe colemani” tops their list of must-see creatures. This critter is so perfectly camouflaged that it is very hard to spot – it lives in the waving polyps of a Xenia family coral (Anthelia) where …READ MORE »
If you don’t have hands to hold on to your food, it can be tricky to eat. Especially when your meal has venomous spines on the pectoral fins, like the catfish. These spines with barbs got stuck in the mouth …READ MORE »
Welcome to the critters@Lembeh Resort annual Calendar Competition! Vote for your favorite photos by “Liking” them.
The calendar features underwater images taken by our local dive guides. Each year guides submit images to be judged by you on Facebook. The …READ MORE »
Most underwater photographers have had the unfortunate experience of dealing with faulty equipment in a remote location, far away from service centers and photography shops. Something as simple as a broken sync-cable or a flooded strobe can result in inferior …READ MORE »
June was a great critter-filled month and on many days the visibility was excellent (for Lembeh!) Be sure to watch for the blue-ringed octopus feasting on a crab larger than the cephalopod itself.READ MORE »
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