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Posted by Merry on September 24, 2013 at 16:15:35:

Last weekend, Phil and I saw a moray eel on each dive; one was at Honeymoon Cove and one was inside the crane off Haggarty's. This never happens to us! Vis off PV seems to be clearing up a bit.

Honeymoon Cove

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Gymnothorax mordax, California moray eel #1
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Pycnopodia helianthoides, Sunflower star
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Acarnus erithacus, Red volcano sponge
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Okenia rosacea, Hopkin's Rose nudibranch
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Pandalus stenolepis Roughpatch shrimp
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At Haggarty's crane, moray eel #2

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Neoclinus stephensae, Yellowfin fringehead with the girth of a pencil.
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Ophiodon elongatus, Lingcod from "The" Barge
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