Green Razorfish (Xyrichtys splendens) tend to be fairly common fish at the Blue Heron Bridge, but while they are easy to find, they are not very easy to photograph. When I noticed this one willing to let me approach it, I took advantage and got…

I don’t always take the time to photograph eels when I come across them. So some extent it might be because with the macro lens on the camera is it difficult to feel like I’m getting anything different than I’ve photographed before… but because other…

Apparently IDing pipefish is extremely difficult and my book basically says for a full positive ID it requires the specimen to be caught so fin rays and other anatomical features can be counted in detail. But it does list one category labeled as Diamond Pipefish,…

I think these are two different species of nudibranchs. Both in the Placobranchidae family, I think the first is Elysia tuca and the second is Elysia subornata. Oddly enough, both of these show up right next to each other in my ID book, so it…

Bobbit Worms (Eunice spp.) are the things of nightmares. They are ambush predators that live in burrows in the sand and usually only have a large pair of pincers visible waiting to trap fish. They can grow up to 6 feet long! I have no…