Depth: 12-40 m 40-130 ft
Description: A beautiful reef that begins to the north with a series of deep, steeply sloping channels followed by a gently sloping area covered in plateform corals. The reef top is fairly rugose and off ers plenty of hiding places for rare fi sh species such as hamlets and soapfish
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Spiny lobster cave – Caribbean spiny lobsters are most active at night. Check beneath the numerous plateform corals on this site to discover their shared daytime shelters
2- Plateform corals – Plateform corals are common in deeper water where their shape helps them capture more sunlight. Look underneath to find nocturnal creatures hiding in their shade
3- Indigo hamlet zone – Indigo hamlets are one of the rarest and most ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.ACc - Staghorn Coral
C.CCb - Foureye Butterflyfish
F.MA - Boulder St...
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