We did a late afternoon dive near Seraya Secrets a few days ago. It was pouring with rain (but still 31 degrees out of the water) but viz was still good enough for hunting tiny critters. We dived with our friend and local nudibranch expert Ajiex Dharma, who quickly found some specimens we have never seen. I'm sure he has a microscope in his BCD pocket !!
Among our finds were many tiny nudibranchs, as well as a Pacific Thecacera nudibranch laying eggs and a boxer crab also laden with eggs.
Many of our local dive sites also have the bright pink eggs of Spanish Dancer nudibranchs on top of rocks. So it seems everything is breeding here in Tulamben.
Breeding Season in Tulamben
A Mothers Day on Mount Agung
Reef Wreck & Critter Blog:
Jeff & Dawn Mullins run this Blog to give an insight into our underwater discoveries in Indonesia and any news about what we are currently doing .