unknown seahorse - yellow colour. (not tigertail)
was swimming with DSD's so not really time to get a good clear look at the seahorse.
Large numbers seen on a number of different dives in this area over a few dates
Oryzias minutillus is a very small species, living in densely vegetated area of lake and pond. It is quite common in its preferred habitat.
Physoschistura chulabhornae, Princess Chulabhorn's sand loach, living in sandy part of the stream where the water flow is not so strong. They are quite common in their preferred habitat.
Tour guides in Thailand gave us bananas to throw to these guys. I didn't realise they would dive into the water for it!
Couldn't seem to find the species, but I don't think I'm looking in the right places.
Taken off Coral Island in Thailand in small reef
Not sure if separate plant/tree and is invasive?
Same area as Chad Scott's last obervations
Same area as last Chad Scott's observation, maybe same individual?
1 of 2 seahorse species found during a 48 minute dive in a sandy area. This individual was at a depth of 16 meters, and was holding onto a discarded net.
1 of 2 seahorse species found during a 48 minute dive, found in a sandy area at 18 meters holding onto a discarded net.
Found at 19 meters in the sand outside Tao Tong, Koh Tao
Observed in shallow water at Ao Leuk, Koh Tao at 11 meters. Medium sized, spiky body and afraid of my camera lens
Depth 9-10 meters.
Anemone Reef, Divemaster said normally there are 2-4 four seahorses but we could only find one; it was on a soft coral / sea fan
Koh Lon, hiding in dead acropora stand
The seahorse was found by a young girl, and was stranded on the beach in a pile of small wood, algae, and debris. It was placed in a glass of sea water for observations for about 1 hour and then released in a secluded bay by scuba divers.
I spotted what I believe to be a male/female pair, but 1 fled and so I was only able to photograph the one.
Was in mid-water, holding onto a small piece of string at about 3m depth from the surface (btm depth 9m)
garden gate at the edge of the village
bout 5-7cm long
tigertail seahorse discovered on phi ley wall. it lives there by itself in a cave-like hole in the wall
Today 4 tigertail seahorses on one of the local divesites 1 juvenile 3-4cm and 3 fully grown and one of these is pregnant :) sadly no camera on this dive :(