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  • 10 # Date: 2010-04-21 - 12:05
  • # Max Depth: 18m Duration: 57mins
Diver's Notes

Dive 2/2
+Canon G9

Pressure groups calculated assuming max depth.

Also saw:
Andaman Sweetlips
Spotfin Lionfish, Zebra Dwarf Lionfish
Blue Spotted Stingray
Tiger Tail Seahorse
Smashing Mantis Shrimp
Raggy Scorpionfish
Giant Pufferfish (Pregnant)
Spotted Boxfish
Sand Lizardfish

Dive Profile
Dive Location

  • Dive type : Recreational, Reef
  • Temp: Surf 30°C Bottom 30°C
  • Visibility: Good Water: Salt
Specific gear used
  • Wet suit: - 3mm Shortie
  • Camera: Canon - G9 + WP-DC21
  • Weights: 4.8 kg
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  • Dive buddies: Christina Estrup

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Dive Profile

  • Tank nº1
  • Steel, 15L
  • AIR mix
  • Pressure: start: 200bar
    end: 10bar
  • SAC: 1.52 bar/min
  • RMV: 22.8 L/min
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Species Identified

Neotrygon kuhlii (Müller & Henle, 1841) (Bluespotted stingray) A solitary species found on sandy bottoms near rocky or coral reefs . Usually found in deeper water but moves onto the reef flat and into shallow lagoons at high tide . Occasionally covers itself with sand, leaving only ...
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Hippocampus comes Cantor, 1849 (spotted seahorse) Length type refers to Height (= from top of coronet to the tip of straightened tail). This species is mainly found in pairs on coral reefs, sponge gardens, kelp, and floating Sargassum. Nocturnal, site faithful. Feeds ...
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Scorpaenopsis venosa (Cuvier, 1829) (Raggy scorpionfish) Inhabits coastal reefs , often on sponges . Venomous spines.
Ostracion immaculatus Temminck & Schlegel, 1850 (bluespotted boxfish) Occurs near shore (incl. semi-enclosed sea areas) on rock bottoms .
Synodus dermatogenys Fowler, 1912 (Sand lizardfish) Common on sand or sand-rubble areas of lagoon and seaward reefs to over 20 m depth . Benthic . Frequently buries in sand leaving only eyes and nostrils exposed . Generally solitary .

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