A pregnant male Kellogg's Seahorse found at a depth of about 16 meters holding onto a sea pen.
Length: 3 centimeters.
There are several citations of this species here.
A small Stomatella snail that was found during a sub-marine cleanup, hiding within a plastic hessian like sack. A little uncertain on the species itself, appears to be S. varia. Clarification would be awesome.
Approx size is between 15-20mm
Everybody knows that there are many bloodsuckers in all the ponds and creeks. So do I. And I have neoprene socks. But I was to lazy to wear them...
Large Ant with about 2cm length. Not agressive and not attacking.
I was having a boat ride on the river market in Damnoen Saduak, Thailand. I was attracted by a piles of pink matters on the rocks near the water level.
First I suggested it may simply chewed bubble gums. But these pinky piles are somehow in the unusual place that are not accessible by human.
I think it may be some kind of algae? Insect eggsac? or some faecal matters of some kind of animal?
I took a photo,
they are in the size of one-forth of iphone, oval shapes.
May anyone solve my question,
what are they?
Seen in very shallow waters (20-30cm depth) a small group of cowries seen crawling on sandy bottom during calm waters. Size approx 3-4 cm in length. Mantle fully extended, images show one individual with mantle semi-extended showing shell.
Narrowed down to possible E. erosa or perhaps more likely E. boivinii. A definitive identification would be extremely useful.
There were several of the same species (or morphologically similar species) found in the same small area in the sand. It was in 18-20m of water and they were attached to small bits of coral or rock. They were there, as far as I knew, for at least a year, on a popular dive site around Koh Tao, Thailand.
Under the pier
Under the pier
Under Chaloklum pier