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Posted by c2cDiver on June 22, 2007 at 21:34:40:

Well.... The next day. Shaw's Cove, right after high tide, 4:45 pm. The vis was Milky. Very MILKY. The parchment worms were spawning big time. I think we hit the end of them. The vis was terrible and milky. I then noticed the Wavy Top Turban Snail going off. I was diving the same time last year in Kona and saw the urchins spawning. I told myself to write this day down for next year. I didn't. Now I will.

Hopefully, the Worm Lady that sponsors the LAUPS sees the first image. She gave us a hard time at the last meeting for not showing enough worms.

As usual, these are captures from my HDV video

Walter


Parchment Worm Spewing

Wavy Top Turban Snail Spawn

Close Up of Spawn

Hopkins Rose, the nudi that put Shaw's Cove on the UW Photog must dive list



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