Crustacean Species of the Lembeh Strait

Diving in the Lembeh Strait not only reveals a myriad of rare and unusual fish and cephalopods, you’ll also be surprised to find that on some dives the number of crustacean sightings outweigh the number of other marine life sightings. The crustacean species of the Lembeh Strait range from the...
Lembeh Resort & Critters@Lembeh House Reef

A house reef project in front of Lembeh Resort was first started in 2006 by Critters@Lembeh.  There were two main aims of this project: to create more habitat for our critters and to simply make our house reef dive more interesting and safe for our guests by placing interesting artificial reefs...
Friendship In Diving

Jean-Philippe and Herve have been dive buddies for years, this is their 5th visit to Lembeh Resort and they always have great dives with Critters@Lembeh. Herve is into crustaceans and  loves capturing footage of Lembeh Straits dynamic selection of shrimps and crabs, because “this critter is unique” and he“loves their behavior”....
Reef Regeneration Project

Rahil Kapur, a 16 year old living in Singapore, contacted us expressing interest in participating in a reef regeneration project. He took part in a large-scale biorock project created by the government in the Phillpines and this inspired him to want to do similar work elsewhere. As Rahil will be...
Fluorescence Underwater

I just did my first night dive in search of underwater fluorescence on our house reef, together with photographers Carlos Villoch (villoch.com) and Marie-Elizabeth Mali (www.memali.com). Underwater fluorescence is produced by a protein and is most easily observed under ultra-violet light so we grabbed the UV torches and walked into the house reef as...