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Posted by Max Bottomtime on July 12, 2006 at 22:29:13:

I hadn't been to the Cabrillo boat launch for a few weeks so I thought I'd stop by tonight. I didn't expect to find any nudibranchs still there. Usually they leave once they mate and lay eggs. We found a couple dozen still lounging about. Every kelp plant seemed to hold at least two species of nudis. We found a mating pair of Triopha maculata and even a baby Janolus babarensis. I'll have to go back more often.




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