Good Old-Fashioned Fish
(yes, Lembeh has some of these)

The Goby is often known as the other half of the goby-shrimp pair. The goby acts as the lookout while the shrimp builds the hole. This arrangement is so simple, and so charming, that it's talked about in books and it's been featured in National Geographic and Discovery Channel.

Truly something we should all learn from.

These three were interesting to take because they we are fastened onto coral or whip coral. The two right ones are Wire Coral Gobies. The left-most one may not actually be a goby at all because it doesn't have the same body structure as the rest, but I took some artistic licence to put it here anyway because it's attached to coral too.


Common Ghostgoby

Coral Goby

More gobies here



Diving in Lembeh - A Lady's Guide