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Posted by Max Bottomtime on September 11, 2011 at 16:22:15:

We rushed home from the SDUFEX film festival in La Jolla so that we could check up on the red octopus eggs at the Landing Craft. About half of them have hatched. While photographing two trilineatas I was sudddenly attacked by a red menace. It turned out to be Commodore Andy who had arrived to join us. I showed him the eggs and the juvenile giant sea bass, but I missed the three large GSBs that Merry spotted again.

Red Menace looking for divers to stick


Andy and I have a long discussion about molecular physics


Terror of the Deep


Our little buddy comes out to play. Poor vis doesn't go well with a 60mm lens. I was set up for octopus eggs.


Spanish Shawl


Hairy little hermit crab


Cuthona divae laying eggs next to hedgehog hydroids


Trilineata twins out for a walk


Pyrosoma


Triopha catalinae


The red octopus, octopus rubescens population is about to go up.



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