Ria Qorina Lubis

Nationality: Indonesian

Ria was born in Jakarta and is currently working for IT company in Jakarta. Before her first dive in 2004, she could not swim. For her, diving was just a dream. But after so many underwater shows and programs she watched on TV, she was determined to see the all the beautiful creatures and experience the peaceful underwater environment by herself. So in 2004, she took a swimming lesson followed by diving lesson, and finally took her first dive at Lombok.

Underwater activities have led Ria and her three ‘diving lover’ friends to finally ramped up Amazing Ambon last July, 2010. Amazing Ambon is a photography literature reference which contains the culture and custom variety of Ambon Island, and also beautiful scenery above and under the water. She was involved in the making of the book because Ambon Island is one of the most beautiful and very well preserved diving spot, yet one of her all time favorite spot ever, aside from Lembeh, Bali, and Tinabo Island in Taka Bonerate.

Ria’s photos is shared in her photo blog: www.flickr.com/photos/rialubis/


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Nudibranch Species from Ria Qorina Lubis » View all photo from Ria Qorina Lubis (277 photos)

Phyllidiopsis gemmata from West Java, Indonesia
(4 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Phyllidiopsis krempfi from Pulau Seribu, Indonesia
(3 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Phyllidiopsis shireenae from Ambon, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(4 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Phyllidiopsis sp. from West Java, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(1 photo from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Phyllidiopsis xishaensis from Pulau Seribu, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(1 photo from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Phyllodesmium briareum from Pulau Seribu, Indonesia
(3 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Plakobranchus ocellatus from West Java, Indonesia
(3 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Pteraeolidia ianthina from Ambon, Indonesia
(7 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Risbecia tryoni from Taka Bonerate, Indonesia
(3 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Roboastra gracilis from Ambon, Indonesia
(3 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Thecacera sp. from Taka Bonerate, Indonesia
(1 photo from Ria Qorina Lubis)
Thorunna florens from Bali, Indonesia
(2 photos from Ria Qorina Lubis)
 

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