Samantha Craven is a marine biologist who graduated from the University of Plymouth with a Masters in Applied Marine Science. She currently works in marine conservation in the Philippines. She is an avid diver, nature photographer and nudibranch nerd.
TBT 253.8 hours
These are her conservation and science musings.
She doesn't think she is particularly mad, but then she is talking about herself in the third person
Took a pic of these spotty things ( flickr. com/photos/rainydaysmiles/6881044355/in/set-72157629330132001/) while diving in Cozumel, any chance you know what they are called? The dive master mentioned the name, but it is completely evading me now.. I think it started with an F..
Flamingo Tongue Cowrie (Cyphoma gibbosum)!
It’s a member of the Ovulidae Family - also known as allied cowries (i.e. not a true cowrie). More true and allied cowries here: