The Emperor Shrimp, always hitching a ride on any available Nudibranch, but of course pays for the ride and the protection by cleaning.
The Mimic Octopus, with the ability to not only camouflage itself, but also to impersonate whoever suits it best at the moment.
Hairy Squat Lobster, everyday is a good hairday for this one.
The elusive Bargibanti Pymgy Seahorse, so well hidden in a Gorgonian Fan, rendering it almost impossible to spot.
Striped poison-fang blenny. Even though Lembeh is a wonderful place to find an amazing diversity of critters it is also sad to see all the pollution and trash and how it incorporates with the habitat.
Orangutan Crab, it doesn’t take a lot of imagination to figure out how this one got its name.
Pygmy Pipedragon, also known as Lembeh Sea Dragon. Looks like a small piece of silt until you realise it has eyes.
Cockatoo Waspfish, drifting on the bottom disguised as a dried leaf.
Bigfin Reef Squid, attracted by the lights from the camera, almost looking a bit bioluminiscent.
Peacock Mantis Shrimp, Harlequin Mantis Shrimp, Painted Mantis Shrimp, or Clown Mantis Shrimp. This colorful creature shure earned all its names.
Next generation of Clown Anemone Fish.
Elegant Squat Lobster, here sitting on a Fire Urchin.
The Blueringed Octopus, one of the deadliest in the ocean, never mind its size.
Hairy Frogfish, one of the most eye-catching of them all.