This week in Lembeh… Guests have been raving about having seen too much. Hairy frogfish have been a highlight to Mickey, just the same for Zack and Laurie. Laurie brought home a photo of the hairy frogfish for her dad.
In Lembeh Pegasus is alive and well, although not in the form the Greeks imagined. Instead of the beautiful winged horse, which flies through the sky’s, it instead is an odd looking winged fish that waddles the sea floor.
Here in Lembeh, we have crabs. Though full of exotic fish and cephalopods, Lembeh offers a wide variety of crustaceans as well.
This week in Lembeh we have been seeing the flashy flamboyant cuttlefish on numerous dive sites. Enough to a point where some photographers no longer turn on their cameras for them. That’s saying something….
When you wish upon a star(gazer), wishes can come true. This has been proved time and time again here in the waters of Lembeh.
Lembeh is a great place to observe the Mandarin Fish and each week we take our divers over with the hope of getting a glimpse of their mating behaviour. This week we’ve had Mandarin Fish madness and the dive is as popular as ever!
This week in Lembeh we have had plenty of Frogfish including the elusive Randals, Lembeh Sea Dragons, all the variations of Ghost pipefish including Halimada and not to forget the many octopus that have been seen on all the dives, Wunderpus, Starry Night, Coconut, Mimic, and Hairy to name a few.
This week our guests have been having a Blueringed-tastic time in Lembeh, nearly every day we have been having sightings of these rare octopus. As well as these we have also been having a lot of the usual suspects as well, coconut, log arm, starry night, mimic and the lovely wunderpus octopus.