There are endless dive spots to visit in the world, but there’s no doubt in my mind that Galapagos is on the “bucket list” of every diver out there. I know it has always been on mine, and it absolutely did not disappoint. While the rules and regulations have changed a bit over the last few years with regard to combined land/water-based trips, you can still experience both underwater and topside locations on the same trip. Ideally, it would be perfect to book two weeks or more in Galapagos, the first
So I'm writing this at 2:28 EST in an effort to:
Try my best to document the spawning of my leather coral. I've seen hard coral spawn, gorgonians, but have yet to see a leather tree coral spawn. I will update this on Sunday evening with pictures, but for the moment, this is so I don't leave out details I would otherwise forget.
Spawn noticed at approx. 2:09 am EST. All flow turned off immediately to determine source.
Small white dots. Gametes? Eggs? < or
Updated 05-14-2013 at 10:20 PM by FlammySnake
Another stunning video worth sharing. Did you know sea turtles eat jellyfish? I didn't until recently. As you watch the jelly at the beginning, around 0:16 you'll see something unexpected.
Hello All! ,
I have a few things I would like help identifying in my aquarium. They are mainly found in my refugium.
So I captured these videos the other day. The first one is from my refugium which contains live rock, chaeto, and 1” miracle mud as substrate. It is filled with life, and some type of snail and possibly mysis shrimp(?) breeding has been happening. The first video is a close-up of one of the rocks in the refugium. If you look closely you can see little white
Updated 04-14-2013 at 11:56 PM by gettareef
I just saw this, and you need to see it too. Make sure you select full screen; you won't be disappointed.