Before we get too far away from the Blackline Fireworm post, I want to share some photos of the Bearded Fireworms (Hermodice carunculata). The Bearded Fireworms seem to be much more varied than the Blacklines, often having bodies ranging anywhere from white to pale green…

Fireworms seem to be a regular sight at the Blue Heron Bridge – both during the day and on night dives. I’ve seen Bearded Fireworms before (and I’m sure I’ll share photos of them soon) but this was my first time seeing Blackline Fireworms (Chloeia…

I have no clue how this situation started… we happened upon this Honeycomb Cowfish (Acanthostracion polygonia) during one of the dives, and at first I noticed that something was hanging out of its mouth… or so I thought. I don’t know if the cowfish tried…

Ok – this is one of those subjects that I am quite excited to have found and managed not only good photos but also some rather good video. I still feel like I should have taken more, but I guess I’ll keep looking to find…

Frogfish are one of those really interesting fish. I got to see a couple in Bali, which reminds me that I still need to share the second one… Anyway, this Striated Frogfish (Antennarius striatus) sat nicely for a bunch of photos, but I still would…