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Join us to COSTA RICA: 
Wild & Colourful Photo Expedition


'All Creatures Great & Small'

Tour leader: Des Ong, UK

14 - 27 April, 2019

2 spaces available only!

The focus of our trip is to photograph not only the many diverse species of bird
life in this country, but also other interesting mammals, invertebrates and plants
that are often overlooked on more conventional Costa Rican tours. Working with
an experienced naturalist and biologist, and accompanied by myself, a full-time
wildlife photographer, we will be covering a range of habitats and topography.

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Contact us at ajnilsen@online.no or +47 91384214

Covers

 

 

Below are scans of covers and back-covers where my pictures have been used and you will also find short information on the actual publications and photos.
 
Publication: Coral & Reef USA
Publisher:
I5-Publishing
Motive:
Spectacular Coral Reef Aquarium
Date:
2015
Bioquatic Photo id.:
11387-D
Comments:
Coral & Reef USA is an annual publication and Bioquatic Photo has been a regular photo and article contributor the last years.
Publication: Coral
Publisher:
Natur & Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany
Motive: Broomtail Wrasse (Cheilinus lunulatus)
Date:
May/June 2013
Bioquatic Photo id.:
2046-D
Comments: 
This spectacular fish is endemic to the Red Sea. The photo was taken in a Danish reef aquarium.
Publication: Coral & Reef USA
Publisher:
I5-Publishing
Motives:
Porites coral scattered with christmas tree worms, from a coral reef in Fiji.
Date:
2013
Bioquatic Photo id.:
5161
Comments:
Coral & Reef USA is an annual publication and Bioquatic Photo has been a regular photo and article contributor the last years.  The photo was taken on a shallo reef in Fiji.
Publication: Coral & Reef USA
Publisher:
I5-Publishing
Motives:
Coral Reef display in Monacco Aquarium
Date:
2012
Bioquatic Photo id.:
111030-D
Comments:
Coral & Reef USA is an annual publication and Bioquatic Photo has been a regular photo and article contributor the last years. The photo shows a fantactic reef display in Monaco Aquarium (2004).
Publication: Coralli
Publisher:
Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany
Motive:
Banggai Cardinalfish (Pterapogon kauderni)
Date:
Nr. 61, 2011
Bioquatic Photo id.: 
2169
Comments: Italian edition of Koralle (below).
Publication: Koralle
Publisher:
Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany
Motive:
 Banggai Cardinalfish (Pterapogon kauderni)
Date:
Volume 11, no 64, 2010
Bioquatic Photo id.:
2169
Comments: 
Publication: Sierra Club Tropical Fish Coloring Book
Publisher:
Pomegranate Communications, Inc., USA.
Motive:
Queen Triggerfish (Balistes vetula)
Date:
2010
Bioquatic Photo id:
2770-D
Comments:
Photo from an aquarium in Lisboa, Portugal. Do see the section on "photo contribution" for more on this project.
  Publication: Marine Fish and Reef USA (MARU)
Publisher:
Bow Tie Inc., Irvine, CA 92618, USA
Motives:
Shaw's Cowfish and a spectacular Coral Reef Aquarium
Date:
November 2009
Bioquatic Photo id.: 
2950-D and 111223-D (insert)
Comments:
MARU is published ones a year as an issue focusing on marine aquarium keeping. Bioquatic Photo has been a regular photo contributor the last years.
  Publication: Het Zee Aquarium (HZA)
Publisher:
HZA, Rijssen, The Nederlands
Motive:
Aiptasia anemone growing in bubble algae
Date:
September 2007, no. 5/2007
Bioquatic Photo id.:
5258
Comments:
HZA has now discontinued and been taken over by Ons Zeeaquarium, Rijssen, The Nederlands.
  Publication:Het Zee Aquarium (HZA)
Publisher:
HZA, Rijssen, The Nederlands
Motive:
Hydrocoral (Firecoral) Millepora dichotoma from the Great Barrier Reef
Date:
May 2007, no. 3/2007
Bioquatic Photo id.:
5592
Comments:
HZA has now discontinued and been taken over by Ons Zeeaquarium, Rijssen, The Nederlands.
Publication: Coral
Publisher:
Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany
Motive:
Aerial photo of Harrier Reef, middle Great Barrier Reef complex
Date:
Vollume 4, no. 3, June/July 2007
Bioquatic Photo id.:
18347
Comments:
Photo taken from helicopter fight departing from Macay on the Australian mainland in July 2004.
Publication: Wittenrich, M.: Breeder's Guide to Marine Aquarium Fishes
Publisher:
Microcosm/TFH-Publications, USA
Motive:
Pair of Percula Clownfishes (Amphiprion percula) in their host-sea anemone (Stichodactyla gigantea)
Date:
2007
Bioquatic Photo id.:
2800-D
Comments:
Back-cover (top photo)
  Publication: Koralle
Publisher:
Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany
Motive:
Aerial photo of Harrier Reef, middle Great Barrier Reef complex
Date:
Volume 7, no 6, 2006
Bioquatic Photo id.:
18347
Comments: 
Photo taken from helicopter fight departing from Macay on the Australian mainland in July 2004.
Publication: DelFavero, C.: Aquarium Keeping & Rescue
Publisher:
Microcosm/TFH-Publications, USA
Motive:
Spectacular English cortal reef aquarium
Date:
2005
Bioquatic Photo id.:
111026
Comments: 
  Publication: Ornamental Fish International (OFI) Journal
Publisher:
OFI, Ijsselveld 9
3417 XH Montfoort,
The Netherlands
Motive:
Giant Clam (Tridacna maxima)
Date:
May 2004, Issue #45
Bioquatic Photo id.:
7025
Comments:
There are several species of giant clams, most belong to the genus Tridacna. They contain symbiotic algae in their mantel. Photo from southern Thailand.
Publication: Kirken ved Havet
Publisher: 
Hidra Menighet, Hidrasund, Norway
Motive:
Church of Hidra in Vest-Agder county, Norway.
Date:
2004
Bioquatic Photo id.:

Comments:
The church was built in 1854, but the old rock foundations dates back several hundreds years.
  Publication: Observing Comets, Patric Moore's Practical Astronomy Series (ISBN 1-85233-557-2)
Publisher:
Springer London., UK.
Motive:
Telescope set-up.
Date:
2003
Bioquatic Photo id.:
Comments:

  Publication: Ornamental Fish International (OFI) Journal
Publisher:
OFI, Ijsselveld 9
3417 XH Montfoort,
The Netherlands
Motive:
Sea Horse, Hippocampus sp.
Date:
October 2003, issue no. 43
Bioquatic Photo id.:
2551
Comments:
  Publication: Pet Scandinavia
Publisher:
Scandinavian Pet Trade Union, Malmö, Sweden
Motive:
Woman with parrott
Date:
No. 3, 2003
Bioquatic Photo id.:
4116
Comments:
 
Publication: The book of the Marine Aquarium
Publisher:
Interpet Publishing, Dorking, UK.
Motive:
Spectacular English cortal reef aquarium
Date:
2003
Bioquatic Photo id.:
111033
Comments:
Back cover (top-right photo)
  Publication: Ornamental Fish International (OFI) Journal
Publisher:
OFI, Maarssen, The Nederlands
Motive:
Coral reef from Viti Levu, Fiji
Date:
May 2002, issue no. 39
Bioquatic Photo id.:
18131
Comments:
  Publication: Today's Fishkeeper
Publisher:
TMRG Magazines, Herts, UK
Motive:
Clark's Anemonefish among tentacles of the Magnificent Host Sea Anemone, the Maldives.
Date:
September 2002
Bioquatic Photo id.:
5401
Comments:
Today's Fishkeepr has discontinued.
  Publication: Norsk Fiskeoppdrett
Publisher:
Norsk Fiskeoppdrett A/S, Bergen, Norway
Motive:
The Siphonophor Apolemia uvaria
Date:
Octoner 2001, volume 26, no. 19
Bioquatic Photo id.:
5000
Comments:
This colonial cnidarian is usually found further south than southern Norway, but in 1997 (and also a few years later) the animal flourished along the Norwegian coast and created problems for fish farms.
  Publication: Das Aquarium (discontinued)
Publisher:
Birgit Schmettkamp Verlag, Bornheim, Germany, (now taken over by Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany)
Motive:
Yellow Cup Corals (Tubastraea sp.) from a reef in the Maldives
Date:
Vollume 35, no. 384, June 2001
Bioquatic Photo id.:
5744
Comments: 
   Publication: Das Aquarium (discontinued)
Publisher:
Birgit Schmettkamp Verlag, Bornheim, Germany, (now taken over by Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany)
Motive:
German coral reef aquarium
Date:
Vollume 34, no. 371, May 2000
Bioquatic Photo id.:
111020
Comments:
Publication: Das Aquarium (discontinued)
Publisher:
Birgit Schmettkamp Verlag, Bornheim, Germany, (now taken over by Natur und Tier Verlag, Münster, Germany)
Motive:
Norwegian coral reef aquarium
Date:
Vollume 34, no. 369, March 2000
Bioquatic Photo id.:

Comments:
  Publication: Astronomi
Publisher:
Norsk Astronomisk Selskap, Oslo, Norway.
Motive:
NGC884 and NGC869 - Double Cluster in the constellation Perseus
Date:
October 1995, volume 25, no. 3
Bioquatic Photo id.:
73069
Comments:
The stars in the photo are elongated due to a printing error.