Blog Updates

Blog Updates

Blog Updates

Richard Attends a Seahorse Biology Conference

Richard Attends a Seahorse Biology Conference

Something that I've been looking forward to for almost a year now is the SyngBio conference.  Last week I was at the University of Tampa on the west coast of Florida to attend the meeting, which was the third of its kind.  Researchers, zoo aquarists and other...

Ocean Realm Images FLOW – Newsletter 2015

Ocean Realm Images FLOW – Newsletter 2015

I really don't know what happened to 2015, but what a great years it's been! There have been lots of amazing expeditions, creatures and publications to my name.  I hope you've all had a brilliant 2015 and looking forward to 2016 and beyond.  Here's is a little run...

Trip Report | Dewi Nusantara, Northern Raja Ampat

Trip Report | Dewi Nusantara, Northern Raja Ampat

I have just returned to Sorong, after another fantastic trip aboard the beautiful Dewi Nusantara around northern Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia.  This was the first of Paul Humann, Ned and Anna DeLoach's two charters, so, as you might expect, we have been excitedly...

Bird’s Head Seascape – Natural History Notes (PT5: Raja Rarities)

The Bird’s Head Seascape is often touted as the epicentre of global marine biodiversity, and its reefs are truly something...

Richard Attends a Seahorse Biology Conference

Something that I've been looking forward to for almost a year now is the SyngBio conference.  Last week I was at the...

Bird’s Head Seascape – Natural History Notes (PT4: The Pygmy Seahorses of Raja Ampat)

For many people, one of the main attractions of the Bird's Head Seascape is the pygmy seahorse (well I like to think so at...

Bird’s Head Seascape – Natural History Notes (PT3: Sinister Hitchhikers)

Parasites permeate every corner of the animal kingdom; indeed, even parasites have their own parasites. With one of my PhD...

Bird’s Head Seascape – Natural History Notes (PT 2: Craving Cryptic Custaceans)

Raja Ampat is famed for its outstanding fish diversity, so it's sometimes forgotten that the area's species richness...