Blue Ringed Octopus with Eggs

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…

New Year, New Blog, New Awards!

As you can see, the blog now has a new home.  We hope that this will give the users better interactions and also make the blog easier to read and share. January has been an exciting month, we had Bent here again, spouting his deeply intelligent and thought provoking ecological musings as well Ken who…

Colourful critters

As a colorful contrast to the black or grey sands in Lembeh strait, nudibranchs of different sizes, shapes and colors are plentiful here. The vivid colors of many of the nudibranchs such as those of the Risbeckia are clear messages to predators that the nudibranchs are very nasty food items, filled with poison from the…