As the name suggests, the Black Upside-Down Shrimp (Arete sp.) and its relatives can be seen in its sea urchin habitat walking between the spines of the sea urchin upside-down. It’s an interesting behavior we’ve never observed with any other sea urchin associated shrimp.
We love macro and super macro photography and especially finding rare and special critters around
our island home. We do our best in identifying all critters on this website correctly; however, we
might make mistakes that can be present on this website.
Please keep in mind that this website is created for scuba divers, underwater photographers, and
everybody interested in marine animals. This website is created and organized from a diver’s and an
underwater photographer’s point of view. That’s why we primarily group animals together in a
meaningful way for divers and underwater photographers.
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