lanceolatus map Fairy Wrasses: The lanceolatus group The members of the lanceolatus group are some of the largest and showiest fairy wrasses, collectively celebrated for their grandiose caudal fin and chromatic brilliance. The group spans most of the Indo-Pacific, with its various species occupying a series of non-overlapping biogeographic ranges which fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. This puzzle
A. firmamentum, showing typical schooling behavior. Credit: Paul Caigen Rare species of Arothron pufferfishes
Hands-on with the PRS Corrente digital flow sensor

National Geographic showcases University of Miami underwater photography contest winners

National Geographic is showcasing the winning entries from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science underwater photography contest. The annual event brings a plethora of unique undersea images from amateur photographers who gain no more than 20% of their income from photography. We are always pleased to see such wonderful images and Read More

Miami photo contest winners announced

The University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science just announced the winners of its annual underwater photo contest and once again, the contest yielded incredible images. For the seventh year overall this amateur photo contest gets truly exceptional entries and Tobias Friedrich’s “Best Overall” winning shot of a pair of gobies (Bryaninops Read More