Gobies belong to one of the most speciose fish families consisting of around 2000 members. Most of the gobies are rather small and have very little direct defence against predators. Thus, most gobies in reef areas live in close association with animals such as wire corals, branching corals and sea pens that…Details
Here is another great Lembeh video from the silver fox!
Towards the end of January we had some repeater guests come to visit, Dominique and Babette. They had a great time diving with Indra (they gave him a book of photos from the previous trip, too). As promised they sent us some of their photos, which I will use for today’s blog post as I…Details
Following on from my previous post, my intention was to make a small post with the pictures and the correct camera. However it seems the post reached further than expected and has been receiving some healthy feedback. To clarify, this was never meant to be an absolute, definitive review on the best super macro technique,…Details
Many people arrive in Lembeh with many different pieces of equipment to capture images of the tiny denizens of the muck. But which is the most appropriate for you? Obviously, I can’t answer that but i can show you some examples of what you can do with some different setups on the same subject. Today…Details
Following the success of our 2012 shootout, our good friend EunJae is organising another one in 2013. Ej has been rounding up sponsors again and will continue to do so up until the day the competition starts. Shootouts are not just about the prizes, they are a great opportunity to learn from the other competitors…Details
I have in a couple of earlier blogs hinted at my interest of bizarre symbiotic relationships. For many reasons close symbiotic relationships are very interesting from an evolutionary point of view, as animals in most cases can be expected to maximize their own progress at the cost of anything or everyone else. In many…Details