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Posted by Merry on June 12, 2011 at 16:31:05:

In Reply to: Re: Drift dive posted by FrankPro1 on June 12, 2011 at 13:44:52:

Those goat trails are real teasers because they lead to the most beautiful dive spots. But I don't have the durability to make it DOWN a trail in full gear!!


The sea absolutely dazzles with diverse gelatinous animals. For the taxonomy minded, here's how it breaks down:

Phylum Cnidaria - hydroids, medusa, true jellyfish

Phylum Ctenophora - comb jellies

Phylum Chordata - salps, doliolids

Phylum Mollusca - sea butterflies, sea angels, pelagic snails.


For the most spectacular jelly photos, see Kevin's work at the 2 links below.

http://www.diverkevin.com/North-America-Diving/Invertebrates-Eastern-Pacific/Inertebrates-Cnidaria-Es/10288401_aGNMD#722481931_tvCpS




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