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27th October 2011, 01:47 PM
Ok - so apparently I have been just as busy after my trip as I was before... hopefully things settle down soon, but I figured I would at least share another shot from the trip...
The species is a Long-Horn Nudibranch (Austraeolis catina) - they are pretty small. That shot is uncropped at minimum focusing distance on my 100mm macro lens, so I'd estimate that guy being about 1/2 inch in length. Pretty challenging to spot when you have sharks running into you (yes - we did!).
C&C welcome and appreciated. Plus you can see more dive photos from the trip on my blog if you're interested.
Thanks for viewing!
27th October 2011, 02:29 PM
Re: Long-Horn Nudibranch
Wonderful to see, as always. Have also been off to see the blog and many more magnificent images on there.