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Reef Creature Identification – Tropical Pacific arrives!

Reef Creature Identification – Tropical Pacific arrives!

October 4, 2010 – “The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.” ~Robert Louis StevensonNed opens the Authors’ Note for his and Paul Humann’s new field guide Reef Creature Identification: Tropical Pacific with this favorite quote, which gives me pause to reflect back on the happy days we’ve had the past five years hunting for critters in the Pacific. We typically spent five hours a day … Read entire article »

Filed under: New Book

A crab living on an anemone living on a crab and “stubby” – the unidentified wrasse.

A crab living on an anemone living on a crab and “stubby” – the unidentified wrasse.

The Exotic Creature Tour: Maumere to Alor, Indonesia May 1-3, 2010: Flores to Adonara After the last of our friends trickle in, the Komodo Dancer slips out of Maumere harbor and heads back east for the second leg of our critter hunting tour. Our new recruits to the Octopus Army are going to earn their arms during the next two-weeks; this is our last chance to find animals for the Tropical Pacific Reef Creature book. Besides, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Indonesia