A very good slice of a Cerithium shell Michal, I would like to suggest that you take a look into my account, you will find a similar shell against a dark background...
A good take under difficult conditions Hasan, however your "Caregories: Reptiles" is wrong, it should be "Amphibians"...
A beautiful specimen finely photographed Fikret, however the given category (Reptiles) is wrong, this one belongs to the "Molluscs"...
A beautiful giant of a mollusc among its camouflaging neighbours Gerard, photographed quite expertly to show its rich colours and other salient characteristics rather nicely.
TFS and cheers,
Resminde sadeliğin getirdiği ayrı bir güzellik var Sezai, bir de bilgi notu verbilseydin "tadından yenmez" olacaktı. TN'e hoş geldin...
Aaah, my favourite predator named after my favourite city! Thank you indeed for this excellent capture from the best possible vantage point Ram, which displays the salient features of this lovely bird rather nicely.
Somehow haven't seen this one before Ori, thanks for the fine looking introduction my friend.
This one surely is an Aurelia aurita Yanni, please take into consideration the presence of numerous short tentacles at the rim of the umbrella versus the not so numerous, but very long tentacles seen in your previous post. Here, the four roundish gonads are easily seen within the transparent umbrella, but their presence was not so obvious in the former image. They are not the same species.
A pretty sight indeed Yanni, but that one does not look like an Aurelia aurita at all. The Moon Jelly does not have such long tentacles at the umrella rim, which also looks quite different from that of an Aurelia. A lateral or top image might clarify the species.
P.s.: This happens to be a cnidarian, not a fish...
A fine tele-macro study with great graphical impact, thanks to that light BG Neels, the extremely detailed bottlebrush steals the show, I think...