February 01, 2003

Dahab - Lighthouse Pictures

Another set of pictures from the Lighthouse. Excellent dives as it was really a critters festival as you will see with the Seamoth, Devil Scorpionfish, Anglerfish, Walkman, etc... Kind of weird critters as you will see.

Varicose wart slug Giant triton Crocodile fish, aka Carpet flathead Octopus Red Sea bannerfish Broomtail wrasse Giant puffer. Shy fish with the ability to inflate himself with water or air to deter predators. Giant puffer. Shy fish with the ability to inflate himself with water or air to deter predators. Giant puffer. Shy fish with the ability to inflate himself with water or air to deter predators. Painted anglerfish. The first dorsal spine is modified into a 'fishing pole' with a 'lure' to attract prey fishes. Painted anglerfish. The first dorsal spine is modified into a 'fishing pole' with a 'lure' to attract prey fishes. Box fish Clown Fish Giant moray Giant moray Thorny seahorse Thorny seahorse Seagrass ghost pipefish. One can hardly differ them from seagrasses except from caudal fin and pipe mouth. Seagrass ghost pipefish. One can hardly differ them from seagrasses except from caudal fin and pipe mouth. Seamoth Blue triggerfish Lionfish Coral grouper Lionfish Peppered moray Giant puffer Devil scorpionfish Devil scorpionfish Devil scorpionfish Red Sea walkman. Uses its lower free pectoral rays as 'walking' legs. Dorsal spines extremely venomous. Red Sea walkman. Uses its lower free pectoral rays as 'walking' legs. Dorsal spines extremely venomous. Red Sea walkman. Uses its lower free pectoral rays as 'walking' legs. Dorsal spines extremely venomous. Red Sea walkman. Uses its lower free pectoral rays as 'walking' legs. Dorsal spines extremely venomous. Red Sea walkman. Uses its lower free pectoral rays as 'walking' legs. Dorsal spines extremely venomous. Thorny seahorse

 
Posted by stephane at February 1, 2003 08:29 AM