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Señorita de Seis Barras (Thalassoma hardwicke)

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hubertszcz

Fecha

Diciembre 4, 2023 a las 03:58 TARDE HST

Descripción

Is this correct?? Aquarium release?

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john2454

Fecha

Julio 2003

Lugar

Hawaii, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

These may be the only live photos of this rare endemic Hawaiian pipefish. It was found in shallow water a few feet deep in weed right in front of the Waikiki Aquarium by one of the aquarium staff, photographed in a tank (by me), and then returned to the reef. It is so rare that even the famed ichthyologist Dr. John E Randall, who dived and collected fish in Hawaii for over 50 years, writes that he never saw one.

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dama

Fecha

Octubre 2022

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cory-pittman

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2012 a las 09:10 MAÑANA PDT

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ajandro

Fecha

Enero 2017

Descripción

Photographed by Aaron Mickelson... thanks to this photo, an extant Hawaiian population has been rediscovered by Prof. William Mautz!

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cory-pittman

Fecha

Noviembre 21, 2014 a las 11:25 TARDE PST

Descripción

taken as by-catch in algae wash

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john2454

Descripción

A juvenile photographed at 100 ft. off South Point, Hawaii. This species is endemic to Johnston Atoll and is only found in Hawaii as an extremely rare waif. I tried to keep the location secret, but it leaked out via FB and the fish was collected and sold to a Japanese aquarist, probably for $5,000 or more! On the bright side, it may will live longer in captivity than it would have on the reef and has made several people very happy.

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thiebaud

Fecha

Noviembre 16, 2021 a las 04:09 TARDE PST

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uwkwaj

Fecha

Noviembre 17, 1979

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uwkwaj

Fecha

Junio 4, 1978

Descripción

Intertidal

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thiebaud

Fecha

Octubre 16, 2021 a las 06:28 TARDE PDT

Lugar

Navy Tug (Google, OSM)

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Godiva Anaranjada (Nemesignis banyulensis)

Observ.

jpsilva

Fecha

Agosto 3, 2011 a las 10:27 MAÑANA WEST

Descripción

Nudibranchs are a group of sea slugs characterized by having no shell, thus having their gills exposed. The name in latin, nudibranchia, means precisely that: nudi (nude, exposed) + branchia (gills).
Instead of the protective shell, the nudibranchs use other intricate defense mechanisms and that's one of the reasons they are such an interesting group to study. Not to mention their exquisite appearance.

More info about this species:

www.seaslugforum.net/find/dondbany
hypselodoris.blogspot.com/2008/07/dondice-banyulensis-por...

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Milenrama Eurasiática (Achillea millefolium)

Observ.

davidr

Fecha

Octubre 19, 2016 a las 09:43 TARDE ADT

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Janolus de Santa Bárbara (Antiopella barbarensis)

Observ.

anudibranchmom

Fecha

Agosto 2015