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WillieBT - Lake Monticello, Va. USA 

Looking for Dive Buddies About Me:  Retired Army, working at UVa who took up diving in 2005.
Gender
Male
Favorite Dive Gear
Well lets just say I mix up the look.
Favorite Dive Locations
Off the shore of CoCo View Resort Roatan, Honduras
Activities
SCUBA Diving
Interests
SCUBA diving, flying helicopter...
Favorite Music
Rock
Favorite TV Shows
CSI, NCIS
Favorite Movies
None
Favorite Books
Bury my heart at wounded knee
Favorite Quotes
Too much of a good thing
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This sea anemone, found in the crevice of a coral reef is the species Condactylactus gigantea....
This sea anemone, found in the crevice of a coral reef is the species Condactylactus gigantea....
This close-up of the tentacles of the common sea anemone, Condactylactus gigantea, displays...
This close-up of the tentacles of the common sea anemone, Condactylactus gigantea, displays...
This Hungry Flamingo Tongue is grazing a trail on the coral. As it consumes the tissue of the...
This Hungry Flamingo Tongue is grazing a trail on the coral. As it consumes the tissue of the...
This is a beautiful side view of a pair of spot-fin butterfly fish (Chaetyon ocellatus)....
This is a beautiful side view of a pair of spot-fin butterfly fish (Chaetyon ocellatus)....
One of my Looking Up series of pictures.

One of my "Looking Up" series of pictures.
Need I say anything. Artificial reef artifact.

Need I say anything. Artificial reef artifact.

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This close-up of the tentacles of the common sea anemone, Condactylactus gigantea, displays the detail of the animals long and thick tentacles. The tips of these tentacles are purple, but sometimes the tips are also red, pink, lavender, green and white. The tentacles attach to a central tube-like body which is generally orange in color that in turn is attached to the reef surface under rocks or in reef crevices. This close-up of the tentacles of the common sea anemone, Condactylactus gigantea, displays the detail of the animals long and thick tentacles. The tips of these tentacles are purple, but sometimes the tips are also red, pink, lavender, green and white. The tentacles attach to a central tube-like body which is generally orange in color that in turn is attached to the reef surface under rocks or in reef crevices.
One of my Looking Up series of pictures. One of my "Looking Up" series of pictures.
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This Hungry Flamingo Tongue is grazing a trail on the coral. As it consumes the tissue of the coral, it exposes the skeletal elements of the structure. This Hungry Flamingo Tongue is grazing a trail on the coral. As it consumes the tissue of the coral, it exposes the skeletal elements of the structure.
This sea anemone, found in the crevice of a coral reef is the species Condactylactus gigantea. A common inhabitant of tropical reefs in the Caribbean, this animal which is also commonly referred to as a “pink-tipped anemone”, may or may not actually have pink-tipped tentacles. Often the tentacle tips are purple, or green, or white. The tentacles, if touched are sticky and may cause a mild irritation to individuals with sensitive skin. This sea anemone, found in the crevice of a coral reef is the species Condactylactus gigantea. A common inhabitant of tropical reefs in the Caribbean, this animal which is also commonly referred to as a “pink-tipped anemone”, may or may not actually have pink-tipped tentacles. Often the tentacle tips are purple, or green, or white. The tentacles, if touched are sticky and may cause a mild irritation to individuals with sensitive skin.

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