Emperor Shrimp - [Periclimenes imperator]
Beangabang, Alor, Indonesia
I searched every 10' starting at 50' to find the yellow starfish with two emperor shrimp on it. I saw it on my last dive and wanted to spend more time with them. I found about three other yellow starfish at the different depths. At 60' I found the one I wanted and felt very lucky to see them line up in the middle like you see in my picture. They are one of my favorite critters to find. They can even be on nudibranchs!
Size: up to 19 mm (~3/4 inch)
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