|These are the folks
I dive and snorkel with. They can show you just about any animal you
want to see (and tell you about any animal you saw). There are many
other fine dive operators too.
sites on Hawaii's marine life
Severns Diving blog
(Hawaii Undersea Research Lab) deepwater marine life identification
guide 1500 photos of deep-dwelling marine animals
Stender's Marinelife Photography
(Keoki and Yuko Stender's site: fishes and invertebrates, and especially
good on Hawaiian corals)
Slugs of Hawai`i (complete coverage of Hawaii's opisthobranch
Sea Slugs (Hawaii section of Scott Johnson's website)
Coral Reef Network (lots information on just about everything)
Aquarium (the world's best little aquarium)
Project (great information for kids on the intertidal zone)
Hawaiian Islands Multiagency Education Project
(info on the NWHI, but often not up to date)
Museum report: Nonindiginous Marine Species at Waikiki and Hawai`i
Kai, Oahu, Hawai`i
Museum species lists: How
many species in Hawaii?
crabs & relatives true
invertebrates of Kalaupapa National Historic Park.
of species by scientific, common, and Hawaiian names, but most useful
are the photos, especially of small crabs. Choose "Browse Pictures"
Not 100% accurate (but what website is?)
Ocean Center interactive
guide to Hawaii's marine life
Garcia's Hawaii sponge site: www.Hawaiisponges.com
Krottje's Kohala snorkeling blog OneBreathKohala
(mainly fish, but other fascinating things too)
Hill's Kona Snorkeling
and Fish Watching blog info on snorkeling sites, recent sightings,
Pacific Research Foundation
Miller's Ultimate Guide to Snorkeling
Check out this good
video on the Endangered Species Act, sent to me by Emma, from Cincinnati.