Alex Mustard - Next Generation

 

The developing eggs of a saddleback anemonefish (Amphiprion polymnus) undulate in the current. This species of anemonefish favours anemones growing in sandy areas, so usually has to find a stone and drag it to the anemone to lay its eggs on. These eggs are quite close to hatching with their eyes already developed.


Location: Dumaguete, Philippines


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