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Published: 12/14/2007

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Anemonefish

Living in a symbiotic relationship with anemones, these fish are a favorite of many divers in tropical waters. Even beginners can easily observe them. But to correctly identify them, you must take a closer look.

Nature and Science

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Published: 12/15/2007

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Hawkfish – A Challenge For Underwater Photographers

Hawkfish (Cirrhitidae) – a precious gem in the coral reef easy to be observed, hawkfish, which attentively lurk in the reef, still represent a challenge for the underwater macro photographer.

Nature and Science

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Published: 01/23/2008

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Peacock Mantis Shrimps – Pugnacious Predators

Mantis shrimp can kill their prey within milliseconds. They have sensational, compound eyes mounted on mobile stalks.

Nature and Science

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Published: 06/03/2008

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Rochen

Fast jeder Taucher hat schon einmal einen Rochen gesehen. Dennoch warten die beeindruckenden Riesen mit einigen Überraschungen auf. Ihre zoologische Systematik ist bis heute noch umstritten.

Nature and Science

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Published: 01/19/2008

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Scorpion Fish

A favorite of all divers are the various species of Scorpionfish, a complex family with 10 subfamilies and more than 300 species. Many of these have venomous spines.

Nature and Science

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Published: 01/17/2008

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Shrimp and Prawn

A striking sight for divers: shrimp at cleaning stations and sometimes as symbiosis partner.

Nature and Science

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Published: 01/18/2008

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Symbiosis and Commensalism

Relationships between different organisms are often the secret to survival in the reef. Such dependency is also essential for the smallest ocean dwellers.

Nature and Science

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Published: 01/17/2008

Author: Fredy Brauchli

Tiny and Inconspicuous

Divers with a “macro view” are able to spot a lot of tiny creatures. Feather stars, whip corals, spiral wire corals and others are home to these bizarre animals.