Gold coast shore dive in 8 to 15 meters vis

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Gold coast shore dive in 8 to 15 meters vis

Post  liquidg on 26th April 2015, 12:10 am

This was just to be a crappy gold coast shore dive and the conditions turned out to be 25c temp, very sunny, 8 metres vis but you could see 15 to 20 meters along!
Over all we had a really nice free dive.
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A male Trimaculatus wrasse showing who is the pettiest.
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A female trimac just swimming and content with being pretty.
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Melapterus wrasse buzzing around.
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Lots of snowflake eals around’
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Bait fish
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Small volitan
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A common heart urchin shell
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Adult sweet lip
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One of many semicirculatus seen.
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arge puffer
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strange jelly fish
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mask and feelers
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lawnmower/istiblennius blenny
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a bad pic of a very tasty looking large leather jacket
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Phalaena gobies
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Large file fish
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A variablis sabre tooth blenny, supposedly not common this far south, but we see heaps of them.
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Common fallax sabre tooth blenny
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White damsel, never seen one before, just collected for a pic then let go.
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Copper bands, millions around this season
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A tiny blenny at home with copper band coming up to look
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