Neil Vincent, Underwater Symbiosis (Wildlife and Animal 2019)

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

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