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moralcoral

Marine Biologist currently studying the 'Bleaching Susceptibility in Corals'. I use my work opportunities to travel and photograph wildlife!

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moralcoral Pygmy Seahorse
Pygmy Seahorse commented on by moralcoral Indonesia9 years ago

Good Idea have added!

moralcoral Great Tit
Great Tit commented on by moralcoral Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany9 years ago

so it is, my bad

moralcoral The Cruiser
The Cruiser commented on by moralcoral Indonesia9 years ago

Back in the UK for the moment just a quick stop before hitting up the Seychelles in a week =)

moralcoral Handmaiden moth
Handmaiden moth commented on by moralcoral Indonesia9 years ago

thanks Arun

moralcoral The Cruiser
The Cruiser commented on by moralcoral Indonesia9 years ago

cheers Daniele =)

moralcoral Coral snake
Coral snake commented on by moralcoral Mitú, Vaupés, Colombia9 years ago

definitely not a banded krait, i work with them they have flattened tails and look very different

moralcoral Coral snake
Coral snake commented on by moralcoral Mitú, Vaupés, Colombia9 years ago

Ive asked several people about this snake now, no one is too sure, its those incompete bands but if i was to hazard a guess it would be Himeralli (Micrurus surinamensis) or the South American Aquatic Coral Snake, the largest coral snake, often has random bandings and a red head

moralcoral Manatee
Manatee commented on by moralcoral Mexico9 years ago

Amazing!! i worked in Puerto Morelos for a bit, manatees are pretty rare there!!

moralcoral Ogrc
Ogrc commented on by moralcoral Istarska županija, Croatia9 years ago

this is what i mean about IDing the barnacle you need to see this bit http://www.comoxvalleynaturalist.bc.ca/a...

moralcoral Ogrc
Ogrc commented on by moralcoral Istarska županija, Croatia9 years ago

i think the two gastropods are different, the whorl of the larger is much more triangular like top shells where as the smaller is more rounded, not a littorina though i was wrong on that might just be becuase its a juvenile that its mishapen but i think they seem different, i have an id book so ill take a look! for barnicles if you can see inside there is usually a different patten on in the closing bit of shell, they are some sort of acorn barnacle though but there are several species.

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