Posted by Merry on April 21, 2013 at 18:32:09:|
Here's something you don't see every day.
Just off Redondo Beach today, we enjoyed watching hundreds of sea butterflies drift past us. Most were poised motionlessly with mucous nets extended. In turbid visibility of anywhere up to 5 feet, Corolla spectabilis snared fist-sized wads of marine debris.
Photos from the day revealed that we were diving in a matrix of overlapping butterfly webs and the most impressive concentration of goop we've ever experienced. Most of the butterflies were enjoying the feast, but this pair had mating on their minds.
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