Caribbean Reef Life has expanded to a 4th Edition!
Caribbean Reef Life covers the full range of a coral reef’s biodiversity. This expanded 4th edition is more than just an identification book; it aims to give divers a deeper understanding of these dynamic ecosystems and how different species, including our own, contribute to the reef as a whole.
With more than 300 new species added, this 4th edition has over 1800 reef inhabitants identified and described, including different life stages for many species, color variations and growth patterns.
An essential companion on any diving trip, Caribbean Reef Life covers all aspects and inhabitants of a coral reef ecosystem, from the simple Marine Plants to Sponges, Hard Corals and Octocorals, Invertebrates, Reef Fishes, as well as Marine Mammals and Turtles.
All in one handy book.
A preview of the new expanded 4th edition:
Easy to search and navigate for the diver wanting to learn more about Caribbean reef ecosystems.
Each species photo includes:
- Common name
- Scientific name
- Maximum size
- Characteristic features to help with identifications
- Where to look for species that have specific habitats or hosts
- Color-coded section
- Find It Fast Index
- Search by Image
- Common or Scientific Name Indexes at the back of the book.
E-Books can be searched through the regular indexes, by typing in a name, tapping on a general shape or species type or by tapping on any of the cross references throughout the book.
Reef life News:
Photography Courses Available:
Get the most out of your camera. Mickey Charteris is offering his own personalized underwater photography courses at the Photo-Video Center at CocoView Resort.
Visit the course website here.
Caribbean Blackwater Diving:
The crew at West End Divers on Roatan is now offering the night dive experience of a lifetime, with a whole new cast of characters to meet above the Cayman Trench. Click here for details.
Caribbean Reef Life Blog:
Follow Caribbean Reef Life's blog about diving in the Caribbean. Hints on finding and shooting interesting subjects, new species, reef behaviors and more. Click here to see more.