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Nudibranch Lovers

Discussion in 'Marine Life and Ecosystems' started by Tjack, Oct 6, 2013.

  1. MaxBottomtime

    MaxBottomtime Divemaster

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    I've never been able to get a decent shot using the 105 with a teleconverter. The Nikon 5T filter, available on Ebay and other sites allows you to focus within a few inches with the 105. I've had one on my 105 for several years now,

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  2. divinh

    divinh Photographer

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    These were taken from Koh Lanta, at dive sites around Koh Ha and Bida's. Taken with a Canon G12 with flash diffuser.

    I was only able to identify one of them from the dive op's books. Help with ID's would be great! Thanks!

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  3. divinh

    divinh Photographer

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    These were taken from Koh Lanta, at dive sites around Koh Ha and Bida's. Taken with a Canon G12 with flash diffuser.

    I was only able to identify one of them from the dive op's books. Help with ID's would be great! Thanks!

    Continued...

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    The following, I found in a book: Chromodoris fidelis IMG_4649_2k.JPG

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  4. MaxBottomtime

    MaxBottomtime Divemaster

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    Chromodoris geometrica

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    Chromodoris fidelis

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    Bohadschia graeffei

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    Pseudobiceros bedfordi




     
  5. Dominik_E

    Dominik_E Nassau Grouper

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  6. WinfieldNC

    WinfieldNC Nassau Grouper

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    I found this guy (or girl) on the side of Hyde wreck today. 18 miles off the coast of NC in 80 feet of water. It was large. Approximately four inches. Any suggestions on identification? @Steve_C have you seen this in NC before? DSCI3685 (2).JPG DSCI3681 (3).JPG
     
  7. Steve_C

    Steve_C Divemaster

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    I found two a few years ago on an inshore wreck and also out on a ledge. Have not seen in the last few years. At the time it was not reported to be in NC Think name was warty sea slug or something like that. Took me a while to get an ID. Here is one of the ones I saw
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    Checked old emails. Dendrodoris Warta page 196 Cribbean Sea Slugs.
     
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  8. WinfieldNC

    WinfieldNC Nassau Grouper

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    Thanks Steve! I thought you might have the answer.
     
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  9. Steve_C

    Steve_C Divemaster

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    Where on the Hyde did you see it? I hope to be out there this Saturday and Sundy.
     
  10. WinfieldNC

    WinfieldNC Nassau Grouper

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    Hey Steve,
    It was on the port side closer to the bow end. Approximately 10 feet off the sand on the outside hull.
     
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