Comments for hkmarinelife Appreciating Hong Kong's Rich Marine Life Wed, 07 Sep 2016 04:24:02 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.com/ Comment on How to Treat a Cyaena (Lion’s mane) Jellyfish Sting in HK by Brian /2015/05/04/how-to-treat-a-cyaena-lions-mane-jellyfish-sting-in-hk/comment-page-1/#comment-9206 Wed, 07 Sep 2016 04:24:02 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1602#comment-9206 Hi, I’m a reporter looking for more information on the Lion’s Mane jellyfish in Hong Kong, for a story. Would you be available to chat by email or phone? Finding local experts on jellyfish is proving difficult. Thanks!

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Comment on How to Treat a Cyaena (Lion’s mane) Jellyfish Sting in HK by Anonymous /2015/05/04/how-to-treat-a-cyaena-lions-mane-jellyfish-sting-in-hk/comment-page-1/#comment-9139 Tue, 05 Jul 2016 16:24:12 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1602#comment-9139 Hi, Just reading this – super helpful! I got stung on the back of my leg in Clearwater Bay about 10 days ago. The red marks haven’t faded. Any ideas on how long these scars last? I read some kinds of stings can last up to 24 months😦

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Comment on One Dead Dolphin, One Dying Shark by Viola Tang /2016/06/23/one-dead-dolphin-one-dying-shark/comment-page-1/#comment-9129 Thu, 23 Jun 2016 13:26:35 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1841#comment-9129 What can we do to help conserve the various marine species around Hong Kong? Is it possible to find out results of all the autopsies?

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Comment on Baby Shark Causes Lamma Beach Overkill Alert by One Dead Dolphin, One Dying Shark | hkmarinelife /2014/08/16/baby-shark-causes-lamma-beach-overkill-alert/comment-page-1/#comment-9128 Thu, 23 Jun 2016 12:44:40 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.wordpress.com/?p=1089#comment-9128 […] A similar or possibly the same species was found at a beach on Lamma in August 2014. […]

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Comment on Chinese White Dolphin spotted in Pearl River near Guangzhou by Emilie /2015/10/24/chinese-white-dolphin-spotted-in-pearl-river-near-guangzhou/comment-page-1/#comment-8475 Tue, 17 Nov 2015 15:13:01 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/2015/10/24/chinese-white-dolphin-spotted-in-pearl-river-near-guangzhou/#comment-8475 I saw a guy who’d fished a fairly big mullet under the expressway at the back of North Point police station! Clearly smelly Victoria harbour appeals to mullets… Actually I have seen some pretty hefty ones on dives too, always in shallow areas.

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Comment on About by leafyip1996222 /about/comment-page-1/#comment-8255 Tue, 06 Oct 2015 09:37:47 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.wordpress.com/?page_id=2#comment-8255 hi i am doing a project about chinese white dolphin, it will be my pleasure if i can get some opinion from you:) please contact me: vivian1996222@yahoo.com.hk

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Comment on The Stingrays of Hong Kong by Emilie /2015/08/31/the-stingrays-of-hong-kong/comment-page-1/#comment-8206 Wed, 23 Sep 2015 05:59:00 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1753#comment-8206 Ah I didn’t see you could expand the post! One there is one photo of a butterfly ray in the photo gallery of this post, but it is shot by a friend – http://greenbluesea.net/2015/07/27/life-on-mars/
If I come across one again you can be sure I’ll be taking lots of photos!

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Comment on The Stingrays of Hong Kong by hkmarinelife /2015/08/31/the-stingrays-of-hong-kong/comment-page-1/#comment-8205 Wed, 23 Sep 2015 05:51:28 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1753#comment-8205 Oh now I understand! It’s already on there about halfway down: Gymnura sp. . The species is not certain and it might be several – they are all very similar looking and the distinction is a matter of fine anatomical detail. So I just listed ‘Butterfly Ray (Gymnura sp.)’ . If you have any HK Ray pictures, do post them to your blog, I would love to see them and reblog it!

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Comment on The Stingrays of Hong Kong by Emilie /2015/08/31/the-stingrays-of-hong-kong/comment-page-1/#comment-8204 Wed, 23 Sep 2015 05:47:13 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1753#comment-8204 Nope, definitely butterfly ray https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly_ray – Myself and buddies have seen it a few times at various sites in Port Shelter – lives on the sandy bottom, sometimes buried in sand. About 60cm across. You should add it to your post!

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Comment on The Stingrays of Hong Kong by hkmarinelife /2015/08/31/the-stingrays-of-hong-kong/comment-page-1/#comment-8203 Wed, 23 Sep 2015 05:42:12 +0000 http://hkmarinelife.hk/?p=1753#comment-8203 You mean the Black-Spotted numbfish? Probably not likely at dive sites unless you like murky featureless estuary dives! More of an unwelcome trawler catch I think.

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