|Another new discovery during a dock dive|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on September 08, 2021 at 19:29:40:|
Diving under our boat usually involves silty, low visibility water and occasionally something we haven't seen before. I found a single Anteaeolidiella chromosoma, a nudibranch I had never seen. Merry found a
After nearly an hour and a half under the boat, Merry surfaced beaming. This is not unusual. Merry often finds reasons to smile widely after a dive. She found a nudibranch that she has seen twice before but I have never seen, Okenia angelensis. This time, it was an even better sighting. She found more than a half dozen mating and laying eggs on a bryozoan. I rushed back home to get my camera and finished off her tank. We returned today to attempt to improve on our photos from yesterday. I didn't get any sharp photos in the silt but I thoroughly enjoyed the dives.
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