Neil Vincent, Underwater Symbiosis (Wildlife and Animal)

Under water there are many instances of symbiosis. Symbiosis is from the Greek words "living together". It is described as any type of a close and long-term biological interaction between two different biological organisms, be it mutualistic, commensalistic, or parasitic. Capturing these interactions is challenging and a real sense of achievement when I have an artistic image show after a days shoot. 190514NRV137 – Two Gobies and Snapping Shrimp. 190516NRV039 – Two Periclimenes Colemani Shrimp in Fire Urchin Asthenosoma varium 190520NRV120 – Napoleon Snake Eel and Periclimenes Shrimp 190523NRV131 – Periclimenes imperator Shrimp and Chromodoris sp. Nudibranch