Hal Beral/Guylian Seahorses of the World
At Karpata off the island of Bonaire, in about 35 feet (10m) of water near the boat mooring is a family of up to five different common seahorses.
Photo: Susan Ciurczak/Guylian Seahorses of the World 2005
Interesting coral growth
Somewhat translucent coral. It's a light blue color but my light made it look pink.
Coral, with a fish in the middle
Some kind of tube coral?
School of fish
Some kind of trumpet fish following the larger fish around
Some type of jellyfish
Fish feasting on smaller fish during a night dive.
I don't know what this is. Looks like it's related to the lobster/waterbug.
Mary-Win O'Brien/Guylian Seahorses of the World
siting actually in 2010.
Here is a picture of a sea cucumber from Venezuela. It was originally posted on Flickr under Creative Commons licence, then transferred to Wikipedia Commons. Somebody identified it as "Holothuria mexicana", but to my eyes it does not look like H. mexicana. I would say "Isostichopus badionotus", but I am not an expert of Caribbean species... Thanks for ID !
Black/white male, large and pregnant. Hidden in softcorals, couple with black/white female i found last year. Depth: 5m/15ft. Bonaire, divesite: Karpata.
Brown/white male, medium. Hidden in soft corals, together with smaller female (no picture yet). Depth: 10m/33ft. Bonaire, divesite: Andrea I.
Brown/white male, large. Sitting in soft corals around same coral head for a couple of months already, female not yet found. Depth: 18m/60ft. Bonaire, divesite: Andrea I.
Tori's Reef in Bonaire 40'
Bright pink flamingos in Goto Meer, Washington-Slagbaai National Park
3 seahorses spotted between 3 and 9 meters
All empty shells far up on the rocks. The one in the last photo looks like it still has some flesh attached and is maybe full of tiny scavenger bug things.
One of the island's ferals.