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Caribbean Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea) swallowing a prey, Lighthouse Reef Atoll, Belize
Olympus OMD EM5 MkII, 12-50mm Zuiko lens on Macro mode @43mm, Nauticam Housing, Dual Inon Z-240 Strobes. Settings 1/125, f/6,3, ISO200
Tiger Grouper (Mycteroperca tigris) being cleaned by Caribbean Neon Gobies (Elacatinus lobeli) and a juvenile Spanish Hogfish (Bodianus rufus), Roatan, Honduras
Nice example of a symbiotic relationship : on these "cleaning stations", tiny cleaner fishes will help bigger specimens get rid of dead skin and parasites.
You can observe tiny brownish parasites on the lower jaw of this grouper, gathering there as they try to flee from chasing gobies.
Olympus OMD EM5 MkII, 12-50 Lens open @35mm, Nauticam Housing, Dual Inon Z-240 Strobes. Settings 1/125, f/10, ISO320
Close look at Purple Reeffish Eggs (Chromis scotti), Martinique, France
Olympus OMD EM5 MkII, Zuiko 60mm Macro lens, Nauticam SMC2 wetlens, Nauticam Housing, Dual Inon Z-240 Strobes. Settings 1/125, f/18, ISO200