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Wispy waspfish, Paracentropogon longispinis, or sailfin washfish, in front of a stoen crab. Wispy waspfish is a nocturnal benthic species, an ambush predator mimicking a crumpled, dead leaf or a drifting piece of seaweed. It feeds on shrimps and other tiny crustaceans which it sucks into its mouth. Night dive outside Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Tai Po Tsai, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.
This Image is a part of the mission Wild Sea Hong Kong (Wild Wonders of China).
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