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, May 24, 2009
This is a sea snail (1cm), perhaps Cancilla interlirata (or some other Mitridae), laying eggs on the underside of a Udotea sp. algae. These algae are prolific at Tasi Tolu and play host to a variety of organisms. It might help to enlarge this photo to see the processes of the snail involved in laying.