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hapalochlaena lunulata

  1. H lunulata embryo response to vibration.mov

    H lunulata embryo response to vibration.mov

  2. H lunulata hatching 1.mov

    H lunulata hatching 1.mov

    Blue-ringed octopus paralarva hatching.
  3. H lunulata male mounting 8 8 14 a med rlc.jpg

    H lunulata male mounting 8 8 14 a med rlc.jpg

    Male Hapalochlaena lunulata mounting a female. As sexual contact occurs the male usually assumes a lighter background color than the female.
  4. H lunulata approach 4 17 2018.jpg

    H lunulata approach 4 17 2018.jpg

    A more difficult shot capturing the blue-ring jetting head on.
  5. blue-ring jetting 4 17 2017.jpg

    blue-ring jetting 4 17 2017.jpg

    A female Hapalochlaena lunulata jetting. I've posted several of these shots but each is a bit different.
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