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Over the years and due to the brilliant images well-known underwater photographers have contributed, it has also attracted more and more recreational divers who, in turn, attribute their photos and comments on their sightings to reeflex.
And so reeflex has developed into a comprehensive database for the identification of marine species.

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From: L46
Topic: What's that ?
Hallo Elisabeth!
Thank you again :) The big one seems to be a Lunella species. Maybe also L.coronata..
The small looks like a Muricidae but can not find info on the Reeflex.net? Checked on google and found that it is active predator.. Pestsnail?? 



From: Elisabeth
Topic: What's that ?
Hallo L46,

the big ? https://www.meerwasser-lexikon.de/tiere/4093_Lunella_Ninellatorquatuswhitleyi.htm

the small ? Muricidae





From: M.Limberger
Topic: What's that ?
Hallo Frank,

schau mal bei Afrocucumis africana - Seewalze: https://www.meerwasser-lexikon.de/tiere/3583_Afrocucumis_africana.htm

Gruß Michael 



From: Coco
Topic: Lybia tesselata
Lybia tesselata als Fressfeind von Berghia zu bezeichnen, ist vielleicht ein bißchen übertrieben.

Es stimmt allerdings, dass das eine oder andere Exemplar von Lybia tesselata sich an Schnecken vergreifen kann: Eine meiner Lybia tesselata hat sich z.B. eine Nassarius sp. schmecken lassen.  



From: alexander_ktn
Topic: What's that ?
Ein Lippfisch, eventuell Labrus bergylta - wenn man nach den Fishbase-Bildern geht (http://www.fishbase.tw/photos/ThumbnailsSummary.php?Genus=Labrus&Species=bergylta ). Die bei uns im Lexikon sehen anders aus (nehme an eine variable Art).

lg, Alex 


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