Blue Heron Bridge – 05/24/12

“Flabellina vertas” nudibranch

It was gloomy and raining on Thursday morning, but no thunder and lightning so we decided to dive anyway. Thanks to Linda and Judy for showing me one of the new nudibranchs, “Nanuca sebastini”.  Boy are they tiny and hard to see.  Also a beautiful orange and red “Flabellina vertas”.

I spent some time chasing a squadron of Caribbean Reef Squid over nudi world.  There were so many of them of varying sizes. I’m sorry if I disturbed anyone as my eye was glued to the viewfinder.  A few of the squid were munching on some shrimp and were more approachable.

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