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Looe Key Coral Reef National Marine Sanctuary

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A healthy assortment of Blue Tangs, Sergeant Majors, Chubs, and other fish congregate on the reef at the Looe Key Sanctuary Preservation Area (SPA), part of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Looe Key Sanctuary Preservation Area
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKMNS)

Andrea Westmoreland, Eastendsi, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Heron Bay Photo 45 months ago | reply

    Beautiful set!!!

  2. bob in swamp 45 months ago | reply

    Wonderful, colorful photos! So much happening. I think the yellow elongate fish in the top photo are juvenile Wrasse but no idea what species.

  3. Larry Frogge Photography 45 months ago | reply

    GREAT shots!! Makes me want to get back down there.

  4. Phil's 1stPix 45 months ago | reply

    Thanks 4 all the compliments... if figured those are some kind of wrasse- my guess was maybe juvie Blueheads... but the foreground is a little out of focus.

  5. natural wonders photography 45 months ago | reply

    I'm not sure of the Id on the yellow striped fish, but maybe a type of basslet?

  6. Andrea Westmoreland 45 months ago | reply


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  7. Phil's 1stPix 45 months ago | reply

    didn't think of that- might be a basslet

  8. Biking Nikon SFO 10 months ago | reply

    This is a wonderful shot of a natural system that stores lots of carbon. We would love to have you add it to the Nature Sequesters Carbon group. Thanks!

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