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Longer one is around 4 inches.
Spotted around 18m in Kirby's Rock divesite
Thanks for the head's up Blogie! :) The C. leopardus is also the one with the wide mantle that usually does a marilyn monroe thing, right? Do you have any idea why they follow each other like that?:)
Hi Ike. This isn't C. leopardus, which has black spots that are hollow. Also, thi sis the right body shape for H. tryoni. You know what, this species is often seen in groups of 2 or 3, arranged like a train. :)
Extraordinarily BEAUTIFUL, I want to congratulate you * _ *
Nice find :)
Spotted on Jul 29, 2012 Submitted on Sep 30, 2012