Mike Krampf

Nationality: American

Residence: Houston, TX, USA

Mike has been diving for over 25 years and was fortunate enough to get an expat assignment in Malaysia from March, 2005 to July, 2007. It was during this period that Mike began to appreciate macro diving and became fascinated by all the different species of nudibranches. Mike took advantage of his short stay in Asia to visit many great dive locations like Palau, Raja Ampat, Alor, Komodo, Bali, Vietnam, Sulawesi, Lembeh Strait, the Philippines (Anilao, Puerto Galera, Tubbataha and Malapascua), the Andaman Sea up to the Burma Banks and all over Malaysia (Sipadan, Mataking, Lankayan, KK, Miri, Tioman, Redang, Mabul and Lang Tengah).


 

Nudibranch Species from Mike Krampf » View all photo from Mike Krampf (190 photos)

Pleurobranchus grandis from Turtle Wall, Palau
(2 photos from Mike Krampf)
Reticulidia fungia from Raja Ampat, Indonesia
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Reticulidia halgerda from Puerto Galera, PhilippinesIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(4 photos from Mike Krampf)
Risbecia apolegma from Miri, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(2 photos from Mike Krampf)
Risbecia pulchella from Phuket, ThailandIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Sakuraeolis nungunoides from Miri, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Bill Rudman
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Stylocheilus longicauda from Lembeh, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Tambja gabrielae from Manado, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Bill Rudman
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Tambja limaciformis from Mataking, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Dave Behrens
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Taringa halgerda from Tioman, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Dave Behrens
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Thecacera picta from Anilao, Philippines
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
Thuridilla carlsoni from Manado, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Bill Rudman
(1 photo from Mike Krampf)
 

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