- Jonathan Regan
- Yep, this one was a juvenile. Probably about 4-5cm across the head. It's been in the same hole/spot for about 2 months now. On 26 July, 2009, there was an adult around that was out in the open. Quite strange to see them exposed rather than hiding under a ledge or rock. Only got video of it as my camera was being repaired. Couldn't get the video down to a size that this site would accept.
- Photo taken at Chowder Bay, 29 August, 2009, at a depth of 9m.
- Photo of a L. fornasini taken at Chowder Bay, 6.5m, 22 August, 2009.
- Very juvenile A. stellatus in Sydney Harbour (Chowder Bay). Found in about 4m of water on 2 August, 2009.
- Hi Maddy. If you click on the below link, it's an up close and personal photo of a bull shark that I took while scuba diving in Fiji. Diving is a great way to meet sharks. Most are not dangerous to humans. This shark was big. Not a great photo, but he was definitely close.
This guy was cleaning a leatherjacket until I came along and disturbed the leatherjacket. The clingfish just dropped to the kelp below and clung onto a piece of weed. That was the way that I have seen all the cleaner clingfish that I have seen.
Shelly Beach, 4 July, 2009. 8m.
- Juvenile Coris batuensis at Shelly Beach, Manly. Depth 7m.