Summer 2018-19 Round-up

With autumn finally making an appearance it is timely to have a look back over the summer that was. Thanks to all of those keen eyes and some extremely talented photographers out there the number of observations captured by the project has reached 2071, representing at least 366 species. The summer saw observations of big nests of rock lobster and big schools of large blue moki mooching over the reefs, and well as swimming flatworms and baby reef squid.

Some of my favourites were:

Orange clinid (Ericentrus rubrus), a common but seldom noticed live-bearing fish -
Triangle Crab Eurynolambrus australis -
Cyclosalpa affinis - ...more ↓

Posted on May 13, 2019 23:47 by clinton clinton | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Provide ongoing documentation of the marine life at Taputeranga Marine Reserve. This project seeks to provide records of species both in the intertidal (walking on the shore at low tide) and subtidal environment (using SCUBA diving, freediving or snorkeling).

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