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Posted by Green_Manelishi on March 11, 2005 at 07:15:18:

In Reply to: Send them, I'll post them posted by Elaine on March 11, 2005 at 06:51:34:

In NH, ME, MA much depends on the time of year. During the warmer months of late spring, summer, early fall there is a plethora of life especially around a (shallow) rocky bottom or whereever there is an anchoring point and hiding places (such as a wreck). Crabs, lobster, skates, rays, starfish, fish, corals, worms, nudibranches, etc. It's a very rich environment.

As the water cools when winter approaches, anything that can move to deeper water does so and by January/February there is not much to see except that which could not leave. Of course, the irony is that winter also tends to bring on the best visibility.

Send an email to me. I'll forward back some pics of UW stuff as well as some top side.

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