Posted by Roger on May 29, 2005 at 12:50:55:
Just did a dive on the star of scotland. Vis was maybe 10' and dark, there was a thick layer of green water above the thermocline. The red tide wasn't around the star, but it was bad outside of king harbor, it came and went as we made the ride north. Typical set of nudibranchs: Catalina triopha, Flabellina iodinea, Facelina stearnsi, Acanthordoris hudsoni, Doriopsilla albopuctata, and one we don't see too often, Cuthona divae, (first time I've seen it).
Thanks to Scott & Margaraet for the ride, and to Jim for putting up with a bunch of clutter where his deckspace usually is.
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