|Cumanotus sightings in the daytime|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on July 12, 2008 at 17:35:01:|
Merry and I went to Vet's after I got off work today to finish off a couple of tanks we used last week. We weren't expecting too much, but I dropped right next to a polychaete I'd never seen. Unfortunately, my lens was fogged after passing through the thermocline at thirty feet. It went from the upper 60s to 51F very fast. I kept shooting despite the fog. I stayed with the little worm for nine minutes before moving a few feet, where I found three Cumanotus sp. nudis laying eggs. Merry found another one about ten feet away. I had only found one of them in La Jolla Shores and suddenly there was a convention at Vet's.
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