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Lysmata seticaudata in another fantastic dive site close to Benidorm, "La Llosa". It is a huge sunken rock few miles away of the coastline. Sometimes a bit challenging due to the currents, there you can find the most common mediterranean species, both big and small. 

This shrimp moved away from its host moray eel for a few seconds, allowing me to take a close-up portrait... 

The second picture is just a crop that shows little details of the shrimp. 

 

Taken with the Fujinon 80mm macro at f16, 1/250 ISO 160.

 

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