This is a great photo of a great seahorse (Hippocampus kelloggi) spotted by a diver near Sydney! It's also quite a special sighting, according to new Redmap NSW coordinator Dr Troy Gaston.
The southerly migration of voracious tropical fish and urchins as oceans warm is threatening precious kelp forests along the east coast of Australia. Read the full story at ABC News.
Citizen science. It’s frequently plugged in the media these days, but what exactly is it, and does it really warrant all the attention? In a nutshell, citizen science is crowdsourcing for science, writes Kieryn Graham at Vaguely Accurate.
Terrigal's Marine Discovery Centre will host a marine and coastal environment event on October 27. And Redmap will be there to give you an update on all the latest unusual marine sightings! The event is organised by the University of Newcastle.
Fishers see amazing things and capture great moments in pursuit of their catch. The Redmap Fisher Photo Competition gives you the opportunity to share and celebrate your favourite fishing memories, with great prizes on offer for two winners in each category! Photos from all types of fishers are warmly welcomed.
It looks somewhat amusing - an orange fish with bulbous googly eyes. But this Redmap sighting of an eyebrow perch (Hypoplectrodes species) in SE Tasmania is a very special one. It is possibly the first known occurrence of this species so far south!