Gallery quality underwater photographic print by Paul Waldeck, available framed or unframed in several sizes.
Longnose Pipefish can be commonly found crawling over stands of hard coral in search of small organisms in the water column. About 6-8 inches long, Longnose Pipefish are often observed in pairs.
Longnose pipefish have snouts much more pronounced than their cousins, the Seahorses and Banded Pipefish.They do not have a prehensile tail with which to attach themselves to a host.
Photographed in Papua New Guinea