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Longnose Butterflyfish.

Longnose Butterflyfish.

Longnose Butterflyfish.

Pyramid Butterflyfish.

Moorish Idols.

Moorish Idol.

Longfin Bannerfish.

Longfin Bannerfish.

Masked Bannerfish.

Masked Bannerfish.

Teardrop Butterflyfish.

Eclipse Butterflyfish.

Oval Spot Butterflyfish.

Blue Spot Butterflyfish.

Blue Spot Butterflyfish.

Vagabond Butterflyfish.

Vagabond Butterflyfish.

Ornate Butterflyfish.

Ornate Butterflyfish with

a small cleaner wrasse.

Saddled Butterflyfish.

Saddled Butterflyfish.

Eight Banded

Butterflyfish.

Eight Banded

Butterflyfish.

Dot and Dash

Butterflyfish.

Pacific Double Saddle

Butterflyfish.

Pacific Double Saddle

Butterflyfish.

Threadfin Butterflyfish.

Panda Butterflyfish.

Orange Banded

Coralfish.

Two Eyed Coralfish.

Pennant Bannerfish.

Pennant Bannerfish.

Phantom Bannerfish.

Phantom Bannerfish.

Bicolor Angelfish.

Smallish about three

inches.

Threespot Angelfish.

Regal Angelfish.

Regal Angelfish

Graytail Angelfish. Not

big, three inches.

Flame Angelfish. Tiny,

about two inches.

Flame Angelfish. Elusive.

Flame Angelfish.

Emperor Angelfish.

Adult, ten inches.

Emperor Angelfish,

juvenile, two inches. 

Cleaning shrimps in

background.

Emperor Angelfish

juvenile.

Emperor Angelfish,

here's another adult for

comparison with

juveniles.

Blue Girdled Angelfish.

Blue Girdled Angelfish.

Blue Girdled Angelfish.

Blue Girdled Angelfish.

Blue Girdled Angelfish.

Six Banded Angelfish.

Six Banded Angelfish.

Yellow Mask Angelfish.

Yellow Mask Angelfish.

Yellow Mask Angelfish.

Semicircle Angelfish.

Semicircle Angelfish.

Blue Ringed Angelfish.

Blue Ringed Angelfish.

Blue Ringed Angelfish.

Coral Triangle. Butterfly and Angelfish.

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These are selected from multiple visits to "The Coral Triangle" which covers the

Philippines in the North, then South to the Eastern part of Papua/Solomon Islands

and across Indonesia to the West.. It's the area with the greatest marine diversity in

the world. We have been fortunate to make many trips to this distant area over many

years which are covered in the individual galleries. This a condensed version,

assembled from the individual galleries and featuring "the best of"species by type.

These photos have been taken between 2004 and present, mostly in Indonesia and the

Philippines.

Here are some of the colorful reef inhabitants, Butterflyfish, Banner fish and

Angelfish, jewels of the sea. A characteristic they have is a massive reluctance to

having their photos taken. They are adept at dashing behind coral heads or diving

into the furthest reaches of dark holes. Stalking them is a challenge but well worth the

time. The Butterflyfish are usually two to three inches long, the bigger angelfish can

be up to twelve.

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