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Chrysoperia carnea on a flower by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

Chrysoperia carnea on a flower by Marek Weisskopf on

Fly on pink flower by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

This beautiful fly sitting on the flower so I took her for you.

Red larva by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

Red larva by Marek Weisskopf on

Butterfly on the thistle by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

Butterfly on the thistle by Marek Weisskopf on

Young Lionfish by Henry Jager

‘Young Lionfish’ by Henry Jager

˚Pterois Volitans

˚Pterois Volitans

scorpion fish

scorpion fish Photo by Ceresi Claudio — National Geographic Your Shot

the problem of Lion Fish in the Caribbean - some solve it by making fish tacos, though there is some concern about the toxin in the fish meat. Interesting nonetheless.

Common Lionfish (Turkeyfish, Red Lionfish) - Pterois volitans

Common Lionfish (Turkeyfish, Red Lionfish) - Pterois volitans

Red Lionfish skeleton, (Prerois volitans), Scorpaeniformes, Scorpaenidae, Pteroinae, venomous spines, poisonous, scorpionfish, venemous

Red Lionfish skeleton, (Prerois volitans), Scorpaeniformes, Scorpaenidae, Pteroinae, venomous spines, poisonous, scorpionfish, venemous

Mochomůrka červená by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

Mochomůrka červená by Marek Weisskopf on

So small spider by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

So small spider by Marek Weisskopf on

23 Images for the Beautiful and Amazing Underwater Animals World

The highly invasive lionfish is easily available through aquarium and internet sales and represents a potential threat for California waters. Though not known to infest California waters, its ability to tolerate cool temperatures mean it could

Betta fish / things out of sweet water

Here a long list types of bettafish in the world.

Devil Firefish | devil firefish, Pterois miles (Scorpaeniformes: Scorpaenidae ...

The common lionfish or devil firefish/tigerfish is a species of ray-finned fish native to the western Indo-Pacific region, and is frequently confused with its close relative, the red lionfish.

Angles are in Heaven & under the sea!

There are around 100 different species of angelfish that inhabit the waters of the southern hemisphere. There are two main types of angelfish, those that live in the freshwater rivers in South America

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