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Benthic Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 86 pictures in our Benthic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Spiny devilfish (Inimicus didactylus) Featured Print

Spiny devilfish (Inimicus didactylus)

Spiny devilfish (Inimicus didactylus), crawling over its sand floor habitat. Flahes red undersides of pectoral fins to warn off predators if disturbed. Papua New Guinea

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Actinopterygii, Animal, Animals, Aquarium Trade, Australian, Benthic, Buries Itself, Chinese Ghoul, Coloration, Cryptic, Dangerous, Deadly, Demon Stinger, Devil Stinger, Eats Fish, Fauna, Fish, Goblinfish, Great Barrier Reef, Indo Pacific, Indo West Pacific, Inimicus, Longsnout, Longsnout Stinger, No Scale, Nocturnal, Piscivore, Popeyed Sea Goblin, Predator, Reef Associated, Sandy Bottom, Scaleless, Scorpaeniformes, Scorpionfish, Sea Life, Spies, Spiny, Spiny Devilfish, Stingerfish, Stonefish, Synanceiidae, Underwater, Venomous, Walks On Bottom, Warts, Wildlife

Red indianfish (Pataecus fronto) Featured Print

Red indianfish (Pataecus fronto)

Red indianfish (Pataecus fronto), a prowfish with high dorsal fin over the entire back confluent with the caudal fin. Has no scales, but instead has a tough and sometimes lumpy skin that is regularly shed. Extremely well camouflaged; does not actively move around but instead lets itself sway with the surge. Feeds on shrimps and other crustaceans. They are found in southern Australian waters on both the east and west coasts. Attains 25 cms. North coast, New South Wales, Australia

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Sargassum weed (Sargassum fallax) Featured Print

Sargassum weed (Sargassum fallax)

Sargassum weed (Sargassum fallax), the most abundant of the large bush Sargassum species, with a top shell or trochid, Lehmann's kelp-shell (Prothalotia lehmanni), grazing on a blade. Tasmania, Australia

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Algae, Benthic, Brown Algae, Cantharidinae, Marine Plants, Mollusks, Plants, Sargassaceae, Sea Snails, Sea Weed, Seaweed, Top Shells, Trochidae