Toad fish (antennal). Philippines, March 2008.

The fabulous underwater critters of Dauin and Apo

  Philippines: Visayas - February 2008

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The wealth of submarine sites in Dauin (Negros) and Apo made a strong impression. Life abounds there and the beauty of the coral, hard and soft, farting with health, is properly stunning.

The delicate and timid seahorses like the antennae (toad fish), much sought after by divers, are numerous. As for the nudibranchs (sea slugs) that I love, their diversity is amazing: I had the pleasure of discovering there some species that I had never seen before ...

Here are some pictures brought back from Dauin and Apo funds. For the pleasure of the eyes, for the memory, for the beautiful emotions that these dives gave me.

Finally, for the divers, I wrote a report more oriented "ploufs" on the forum of the excellent site Plongeur.com: a click right here.

  Philippines: Visayas - February 2008

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  1. J’adore les seiches flamboyantes, avec leurs changements de couleur proprement stupéfiants. C’était la deuxième fois que j’en croisais sous l’eau. La première fois, c’était cet été, à Lembeh (Sulawesi). Celle-ci, photographiée sur le site de Masaplod, à Dauin, fuyait sur le sable, effarouchée par nos bulles, m’offrant ainsi son meilleur profil. 😉

    As for the leaf fish, they were two, in fact, wedged between the corals, a small and a big one, also in Masaplod (very rich, this site). I have seen many during my previous dives on Sipadan and Sulawesi, as well as during this trip to the Philippines. Roses, whites, browns. But this yellow color, I think it's the first time too.

  2. Yes, he is very well the Sea Explorers of Dauin. Very pro, flawless organization and good atmosphere.

    I'm like you: my favorite dives in Dauin are The Pier and Apo, top-level !!! The Pier is truly a fabulous site, mesmerizing atmosphere, with the light filtering between the pillars covered with corals and critters ...

    Mindanao for 2009 !!! I'll go watch this on your blog ...
    🙄

  3. Your stories are very pleasant and very true to reality. In addition, beautiful pictures ...
    I also know Dauin (in 2007) and Apo Island. Excellent dives with the very serious Sea Explorer dive center. For me, the best dives were at Pier and Apo ... and in front of the dive center, at night.
    Now, I'm preparing my next trip 2009, probably to Mindanao ... 8)

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