Lizard Island Starfish Mosaic

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Nardoa novaecaledoniae
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Nardoa LR.jpg
Reef Society-160402-WM Underwater-untitled shoot-4.jpg
Nardoa novaecaledoniae
20150627LizardBahama August1.jpg

Lizard Island Starfish Mosaic

1,500.00

A stunning mosaic that combines approximately 280 high resolution reef images to create the one off Lizard Island Starfish Mosaic.

1200mmW x 950mmH.  High quality photographic paper under clear acrylic. 

Nardoa novaecaledoniae.  This starfish grows to 20cm and is found in the shallow backreef lagoon.  It feeds on detritus and microalgae and is an important scavenger in the reef ecosystem.  

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In super high definition you can see the hundreds of individual images when you get up close.  Just like on the reef - the closer you look, the more you see. This one was from Lizard Island - one of the most spectacular places on the planet to explore the underwater world of coral reefs, which is why the Australian Museum runs the Lizard Island Research Station. 

Look closer.  The Little Things matter.