Elanie Junita

Elanie Junita did her open water in Tenggol Island, Malaysia in 2007. She is currently a Master student in University Malaysia of Terengganu, undertaking Marine Science and she focuses on soft corals as her research topic. Her interest on sea slugs developed when she got her very first picture of a nudibranch, Nembrotha kubaryana in Tioman Island, using her compact point and shoot digital Canon Ixus 70. She accidentally flooded her camera and that became a strong reason for her to upgrade to Canon G9 and Canon Ixus 860 IS, thus started to shoot more and more sea slug pictures. The most wonderful thing is, she shares the same interest with her sweetheart and together they travel and dive to many places, observing and photographing sea slugs. Her love to sea slugs not only on their vibrant colours and shapes, but also on their life processes such as locomotion, response to the environment, feeding and other behaviors which are yet to be explained. She wishes that she will be able to have more collections of nudibranch pictures from various locations in the world, and involve directly in the scientific research on sea slugs. She hopes that her dream to be a marine biologist will come true.


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Nudibranch Species from Elanie Junita » View all photo from Elanie Junita (88 photos)

Gymnodoris impudica from Perhentian, Malaysia
(2 photos from Elanie Junita)
Halgerda batangas from Lembeh, Indonesia
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
Hexabranchus sanguineus from Lembeh, Indonesia
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris bullockii from Lembeh, Indonesia
(2 photos from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris emma from Lembeh, Indonesia
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris infucata from Lembeh, Indonesia
(2 photos from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris krakatoa from Malaysia
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris maculosa from Lembeh, Indonesia
(3 photos from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris nigrostriata from Lembeh, Indonesia
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
Hypselodoris whitei from Lembeh, Indonesia
(2 photos from Elanie Junita)
Jorunna funebris from Perhentian, Malaysia
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
Nembrotha chamberlaini from Lembeh, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Dave Behrens
(1 photo from Elanie Junita)
 

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