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Franko's Eleuthera Island (The Bahamas) Dive Map & Reef Creatures identification guide shows you all the places and wildlife that you'll see on your next Eleuthera trip. This 6"x9" fish card is waterproof and hole-punched to be attached to your dive gear or neatly stored in your dive log.  
Eleuthera ("Freedom") and its smaller islands have grown up around the coral reefs. The smaller islands include Royal Island, Current Island, St. Georges Cay, Man Island, Harbour Island, Sail Rocks, Highburn Cay, Finley Cay, Schooner Cays, and Normans Cay. Major towns include Dunsmore Town, Spanish Wells, James Bay, Lower Bogue, Upper Bogue, Current Island Settlement, Gregory Town, Alice Town, James Cistern, Alabaster Bluff, Billing Bay Point, Governor's Harbour, North Palmetto Point, South Palmetto Point, Savannah Sound, Windmere Island, Tarpum Bay, Rock Sound, Green Castle, Deep Creek, Wemyss Bight, and John Millars. Eleuthera is served by three airports at North Eleuthera, Governor's Harbour, and Rock Sound.  
Each island is surrounded by several wrecks, and over 50 major dive & snorkel wreck sites are labeled on the guide. Each site has become a gathering point for more reef growth and invertebrate formations, while attracting a large variety of reef creatures. The guide plots the locations of many popular shipwreck sites for snorkeling and wreck diving among the local reefs. Some of the wrecks are over 400 years old! Sites include Current Cut, Bat Cave, Bone Sink Hole, Cienfuegos wreck, Train wreck, Carnarvon wreck (1910), Pink House Reef, the Cave, the Arch, Sea Gardens, the Pinnacle, Glass Window Bridge, the Plateau, Double Bay, and Bamboo Point.  
The other side of the guide shows nearly one hundred different species of fish and reef creatures that make their home around the islands. Each is shown in full color, and the waterproof card makes it easy to take along to compare what you're seeing to the picture and identify all the wildlife.  
Reef creatures include:
Arrow crab
Banded butterflyfish
Bar jack
Barred hamlet
Bermuda chub
Bi-color damselfish
Black durgon
Black grouper
Blue angelfish (and juvenile)
Blue chromis
Blue parrotfish
Blue tang (and juvenile)
Bluehead wrasse
Bluestriped grunt
Brown chromis
Clown wrasse
Coral crab
Creole wrasse
Cushion sea star
Foureye butterflyfish
French grunt
Glasseye snapper
Great barracuda
Green moray eel
Green razorfish
Green sea turtle
Grey snapper
Hawksbill turtle
Hermit crab
Honeycomb cowfish
Horse-eye jack
Long-spined sea urchin
Longspine squirrelfish
Mahogany snapper
Midnight parrotfish
Nurse Shark
Ocean triggerfish
Orange-spotted filefish
Peacock flounder
Princess parrotfish
Queen angelfish (and juvenile)
Queen conch
Queen parrotfish
Rainbow parrotfish
Red hind
Redlip Blenny
Reef butterflyfish
Rock beauty
Sand diver
Sand tilefish
Sargassum triggerfish
Scrawled filefish
Sea cucumber
Sea horse
Sergeant major
Smooth trunkfish
Southern stingray
Spanish hogfish
Spanish lobster
Spiny lobster
Spotfin butterflyfish
Spotted drum (and juvenile)
Spotted goatfish
Spotted moray eel
Spotted scorpionfish
Spotted trunkfish
Stoplight parrotfish
Striped burrfish
Tiger grouper
Tobacco fish
Triton's trumpet
White grunt
White-spotted filefish
Yellowfin damselfish
Yellowhead wrasse
Yellowstriped goatfish
Yellowtail snapper
French angelfish (and juvenile)
Gray angelfish (and juvenile)
Blue angelfish (and juvenile)
Queen triggerfish
Nassau Grouper
Fairy basslet
Glassy sweepers
Cleaning goby
Garden eel
Yellow stingray
Porcupine fish
Sea anemone
Caribbean reef shark
Flying gurnard  
Reef growths include:
Staghorn coral
Orange sponge
Gorgonian fan
Mountainous star coral
Common sea fan
Yellow tube sponge
Fire coral
Giant brain coral
Branching vase sponge
Sheet coral
Smooth star coral
Brain coral
Orange tube sponge
Sea rod
Basket sponge
Brown tube sponge
Elkhorn coral  



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