|Trip report/photos - PV Macro expedition Oct 27th|
Posted by scottfiji on October 30, 2007 at 10:50:42:|
I was able to photograph 14 nudibranch species, and Alan's Cuthona brings the group total to 15. ronquils, vermillion & rosie rockfish, lingcod, baby treefish, simnias, a colorful flatworm and many coonstripes made for prolific macro subjects. The avalon was full of spaldingi's out feeding.
Captain Richard worked hard to make sure we had a good trip.
avalon - 78ft, 60 degrees, 61min, 20ft vis
Doriopsilla spaldingi, with little worm tentacles to its left
Spanish shawl munching on a hydroid
Red gorgonian, swell shark egg
Acanthodoris lutea nudibranch
simnia snail on a red gorgonian
Brittle star tentacles coming out of the sand
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