Blue Heron Bridge – 07/17/12

Juvenile Buffalo Trunkfish

It turned out to be a beautiful night dive.  The storms cleared out and the water was warm and clear. Spent a good amount of time in the cabbage patch (ie. large field of caulerpa algae) photographing various sponge bob’s (ie. juvenile trunkfish).  Found two beautiful green baby Buffalo Trunkfish about the size of a small grape.  The first was bright green, the second was a little darker and more olive in color. Sorry there are so many photos, but I couldn’t decide.  Ended the dive with a nice Moon Snail crawling across the sand.

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  1. Marge 07/20/2012 at 10:27 AM #

    The trunkfish are adoreble. The moon snail is awesome and hopefully some night I will get to see one.

  2. Sharon Baron 07/19/2012 at 11:35 PM #

    Good stuff!