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Posted by Roger on May 16, 2006 at 00:15:17:

Phil, thanks for your generosity in sharing your critter sightings. Thanks to you, in the last month, I've seen Dendronotus iris and Melibe leonina, two species I have really wanted to see, the two last species somewhat commonly seen around here that I have not yet seen.

Not only did you tell me where to find the lions, you talked me into going back after dark. We got down there late, after stealing more stuff from Judy's dad's house (he's moving), and ended up spending over an hour with the branchs, again.

It's late, or I'd post some pictures or even some poor video.

I think we got 6 or 7 or 8 species: lion, hermissenda, Triopha maculata, Polycera atra, Janolus barbarensus (nicest, biggest, most spectacular, most lit-up I have ever seen), Flabelina trilineata, and two mysteries we need to look up, one maybe just a triopha, one I'm really not sure of. Outstanding stuff, Thanks for being so generous.

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