|Spineless inhabitants on the Redondo Barge|
Posted by Merry on October 04, 2011 at 19:19:14:|
Sitting like a rusty plateau above sand and gravel, the barge holds too many treasures to photograph in one dive. But we keep trying.
Phil found this simnia snail on the hull of the barge, not on the red gorgonian where it's usually seen.
What a coincidence that Tritonia festiva lays eggs in the same chevron pattern as occurs on its dorsum. This particular festiva is in the same spot week after week.
The melted-wax appearing Dirona picta.
Since I sense that Patrick Smith is probably pulling out his hair at this point, I'll finish with this worm, which is not related to nudis.
It didn't like the focus light on my camera, and I haven't been able to find another one since.
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