|photos from our PV/redondo dive|
Posted by scottfiji on November 18, 2007 at 14:39:26:|
In Reply to: Saturday at Palos Verdes posted by Frank O on November 18, 2007 at 07:44:57:
Trapania velox, my first sighting of this lovely rare nudibranch
Trapania velox, cup coral
Urchin shrimp, Betaeus macginitieae, a fast little bugger! My first sighting of this guy, thnks to Kevin
another urchin shrimp. they are very, very fast, and very dark. I had to lighten him up for this photo. They are commensal with red urchins.
Featherduster worm, this one is a new or rare species for me I think.
Red gorgonian with its polyps out.
Tiny hydroids growning off a red gorgonian
"newborn" sheephead, less than 1 inch long, my first photo of a fish so young. Such big eyes you have!
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