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  • 29 # Date: 2009-06-25 - 10:53
  • # Max Depth: 12.3m Duration: 38mins
Diver's Notes

Name of the site comes from natural round formation all the way from surface to sandy bottom at ten meters, that looks partly like an amphitheatre. It was nice to look from bottom up to the sarface where the waves where hitting on the rocks on the.

Windy and a bit cloudy. Little of dwelling on surface, in deeper water almost still.

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  • Temp: Surf 30°C Bottom 20°C
  • Dive type : Recreational
  • Visibility: Good Water: Salt
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  • 1. Air
  • 12L Steel     200 → 90 bar
  • Average depth: 7.5m
  • SAC: 1.65 bar/min
  • RMV: 19.8 L/min
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Species Identified

Mullus (mullets)
Pagurus annulipes (Stimpson, 1860) (Hermit Crab)
Scorpaena (scorpionfishes)
Pagrus pagrus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Common seabream) The red porgy has a fascinating life history; all individuals start life as females, and then some change sex to become functional males . This sex transition may take place when the red porgy is a juvenile or, more commo...
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Apogonidae (cardinalfishes)
Echinoidea (heart urchins)
Echinaster sepositus (common starfish)
Thalassoma pavo (Linnaeus, 1758) (Ornate wrasse) Inhabits coastal waters near rocks and eel-grass beds. Usually solitary, sometimes in small groups. Feeds on small mollusks and crustaceans . Protogynous hermaphrodite, with distinct sexual dichromatism . Eggs are pelagic .
Chromis chromis (Linnaeus, 1758) (Mediterranean chromis) Form small shoals in midwater above or near rocky reefs or above seagrass meadows (Posidonia. Feed on small planktonic or benthic animals . Reproduce in summer . Eggs characterised by adhesive filaments are nested on rocky or sandy bottoms . Males guard the eggs .

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