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Solomons 2004

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  • Leru Cut in the Russells slices 100 feet into the island with sheer walls
  • The coral heads form many large slots and passages – all suitable for exploring
  • Crinoid and fan corals
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  • This coral looks like something out of a cnady store
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  • I have no idea what this is – if you know, please contact me with the answer!!
  • Lionfish are exotic and flamboyant – and their spines are poisonous
  • Lionfish portrait
  • A parrotfish hiding out among the corals
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  • Crown of Thorns starfish
  • Closeup of spines on a Crown of Thorns
  • Candy-cane Sea Cucumber – this individual was about 18 inches long
  • Hingebeak Shrimp
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  • This Harlequin Ghost Pipefish is also very well camoflaged on its sea fan!
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  • Solomon Islands on the Bilikiki for our 30th anniversary was really special!
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