Graham Abbott

Nationality: English

Residence: Bali, Indonesia

Graham is a full time dive guide and cruise director with his own business Diving 4 Images. The mainstay of Graham’s business is leading photographic, scientific and survey expeditions. Graham has led many of the world’s leading underwater photo journalists and film makers though still in his spare time he can be found diving round Bali in search of new, rare and unusual species!

Grahams passion for sea slugs came at a real early stage in his diving career. Whilst on Sipadan island in 1997 and constantly seeing plenty sharks, turtles and pelagic fishes Graham wondered what else was down there and with his first dive buddy came no notice the smaller and more interesting marine critters. Later on Graham found himself lost while trying to get to Wakatobi Dive Resort in search of work… Graham ended up on Hoga island homebase of Operation and quickly started to help with nudibranch studies and benthic training for students who were logging data on nudibranchs in this island group! Graham also has his own nudibranch page.

Camera used: As a professional dive guide I can’t take a big camera down with me, I simply use an old Sony T1 with no external flashes or additional tools!


 

Nudibranch Species from Graham Abbott » View all photo from Graham Abbott (510 photos)

Chromodoris hintuanensis from Alor, Indonesia
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris joshi from Bali, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Dave Behrens
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris kuniei from Wakatobi, Indonesia
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris leopardus from Komodo, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(2 photos from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris lochi from Lembeh, Indonesia
(2 photos from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris magnifica from Milne Bay, PNGIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(3 photos from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris michaeli from Komodo, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris preciosa from Alor, Indonesia
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris reticulata from Raja Ampat, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(2 photos from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris roboi from Komodo, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris sinensis from Fakfak, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Graham Abbott)
Chromodoris sp. from Anilao, PhilippinesIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(3 photos from Graham Abbott)
 

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