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Posted by Merry on June 22, 2013 at 19:07:52:

For the past 2 weekends, water off Redondo Beach and the west side of PV has been dominated by phytoplankton. However, it's nice to see that small fish and nudis are relatively abundant.

The large, resident moray eels are back at Haggarty's crane.

Moray eel & crab photo MorayeelampcrabDSC_9629_zpsce6c1380.jpg

Moray eel photo Morayeel2DSC_9634_zpsc3668b8b.jpg

Brown rockfish photo BrownrockfishDSC_9302_zps81d3bfac.jpg

Cabezon photo CabezonDSC_9537_zpsf14b0df8.jpg

Treefish photo Treefish_zps362ce198.jpg

Pesky brown rockfish photo Peskybrownrockfish2_zps7055194c.jpg

Honeycomb rockfish photo Honeycombrockfish_zps1a381561.jpg

Snubnose sculpin photo Sculpin1-680DSC_9291_zps5deca98e.jpg

This little navanax crawled from the kelp onto Phil's dry glove while we were on our safety stop.

Navanax on Phil's glove photo NavanaxjuvieDSC_9658_zps071d6bd9.jpg

On this encounter, two Hermissendas briefly touched rhinophores.

Hermissendas touching rhinophores photo Touchingrhinophores2_zps28bc0ef7.jpg

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