Salarias ceramensis

Ceram Blenny eggs, Salarias ceramensis, photo by Ned DeLoach

Ceram Blenny Eggs

April 2, 2018

Lembeh Strait, March 2018 ~ Our visit to Lembeh was short this time – we stopped over for a week on our way to Triton Bay – so I concentrated on things like comparing populations of blennies on certain sites, with what we’d seen during our extended September-October stay, just four months ago. One of my favorite blennies in Lembeh is the very large Ceram Blenny, Salarias ceramensis. Over the years, we’d run into an occasional five or six-inch individual … Read more Ceram Blenny Eggs

Throatspot Blenny, Nannosalarias nativitatus head close-up

Raja Ampat Blenny Portfolio

November 6, 2015

Indonesia, October 2015 ~ Here is our latest Raja Ampat Blenny Portfolio. We just returned from a dive trip aboard the Dewi Nusantara in Raja Ampat in eastern Indonesia, where we photographed some old favorites and added a few species to our life lists, like the very cool Throatspot Blenny, Nannosalarias nativitatus (above) and the Spotted and Barred Blenny, Mimoblennius atrocinctus (below). These blennies like areas of high current and/or surge and we found them at depths ranging from 3 … Read more Raja Ampat Blenny Portfolio