Most of the photos posted to this page were taken with a Canon 20D in an Ikelike housing with TTL connection to an Ikelite DS-125 and an Inon 2000 substrobe. I also use a Sony Cybershot P150 in a Sony housing attached to a Sea & Sea YS-25 via fiberoptic cable.
Sunday, July 15, 2007
Back to the Basics
Phyllidia ocellata are perhaps the most ubiquitous nudibranchs in Timor. They are so common they are often overlooked or ignored, at least by UWET, in the search for more elusive nudis. For more detail on this species and links to other Phyllidia, check out the Sea Slug Forum's factsheet.