Pygmy Pipehorse - Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri

Andrew Trevor-Jones

GLENBROOK, Australia

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© Copyright 2011 Andrew Trevor-Jones

Pygmy pipehorse, Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri, at Oak Park, South Cronulla, New South Wales, Australia.

Nikon D300, Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D, +4 diopter, Ikelite housing, Dome port, 2 x DS125 strobes

ISO200, 1/125s, f/16

Pipehorses

Pipehorses are a group of fish that share characteristics of both seahorses and pipefish. Like pipefish they swim and hand horizontally, but have a stout middle section like a seahorse. They are small with the largest species only reaching a total length of 65mm (around 2.5"). Due to their size and secretive nature they are rarely seen.

This was my first pygmy pipehorse in over 30 years of diving.

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