|Assorted haul from Torrance and Golf Ball Reefs|
Posted by Merry on June 26, 2021 at 17:25:22:|
Phil and I have actually had a several nice dives this week. Per day, we could only make one dive before the wind drove us back to the dock.
Water temp 55 - 57, vis up to 35 feet.
This is not just your ordinary yellow crab, Cancer anthonyi. This one's claw happens to be sporting an often overlooked, small barnacle, the red-striped acorn barnacle. I've been looking for a live, feeding specimen for several years. Many of these barnacles are heavily encrusted or extremely small, so this was a find! Phil pointed out the crab and I bogarted it.
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