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Leafy seadragon - Wikipedia


The leafy seadragon or Glauert's seadragon, Phycodurus eques, is a marine fish in the family Syngnathidae, which includes seadragons, pipefish, and ...

Leafy and Weedy Sea Dragon - Animals - National Geographic


Learn all you wanted to know leafy and weedy sea dragons with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Aquarium of the Pacific | Online Learning Center | Leafy Seadragon


Leafy Seadragon Seadragons like temperate water so the water in their habitat is colder than that in the rest of the Tropical Pacific Gallery exhibits. | Aquarium of ...

Leafy Sea Dragon - Seahorse Facts and Information


One type of aquatic life is the Leafy Sea Dragon. They are called by this name as they have what looks like a leaf on their body.

Leafy seadragon videos, photos and facts - Phycodurus eques ...


Leafy seadragons (Phycodurus eques) are exquisitely camouflaged fish. Belonging to the same family as seahorses and pipefish (Syngnathidae), they resemble ...

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Jun 13, 2013 ... This beautiful marine creature is the Leafy Sea Dragon, a strange looking and endangered sea animal found off the coast of Australia.
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Jan 5, 2009 ... Leafy sea dragons filmed in South Australia in the wild, scuba dive Rapid bay Scuba diving in South Australia read more about the leafy sea ...

Leafy Sea Dragon main page, Phycodurus eques - Divegallery


Sea Dragons are arguably the most spectacular and mysterious of all ocean fish. Though close relatives of sea horses, sea dragons have larger bodies and ...

Leafy Sea Dragons, Phycodurus eques ~ MarineBio.org


Find out what's known about Leafy Sea Dragons, Phycodurus eques, Actinopterygii, Syngnathiformes, Syngnathidae, including their world range and habitats, ...

Phycodurus eques (Glauerts Seadragon, Leafy Seadragon)


Range Description: Leafy seadragons appear to be most abundant in SA and southern WA. Until recently, the range was considered to form a continuous stretch ...