Yellowfin Flasher

Mark Rosenstein

Cambridge, United States

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Paracheilinus flavianalis, 2 inches long
Crinoid Canyon dive site, south Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia

Flasher wrasses spend most of their time appearing as nondescript reddish fishes. But as the males manage their harems, they periodically “flash,” brightening their colors and flaring their fins. The flash lasts less than a second while they are moving quickly, making them a challenge to photograph in all of their glory.

Shot with a Canon 7D camera and 100mm macro lens in an Aquatica housing with dual Ikelite DS-125 strobes.

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