Merry is just showing off now. Thordisa rubescens laying eggs on Golf Ball Reef (GBR)

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Posted by Max Bottomtime on June 10, 2016 at 16:30:58:

After all the fame and non-fortune Merry received last week for her Thordisa rubescens find she outdid herself today. I was happily enjoying my dive, photographing one of the three flatworms I found when I heard a familiar shriek. I knew Merry had found something interesting but was in for a big surprise. She found another Thordisa rubescens and it was laying eggs. That means there are at least two on Golf Ball Reef.

Visibility was a very nice twenty-five feet with a much nicer 53 than the cold water we usually experience here.

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One inch long painted greenling

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