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Posted by Max Bottomtime on August 21, 2013 at 15:08:54:

We've dived the same reef for three consecutive days. Although the conditions have worsened each day we increased our opistobranch count to twenty. I tried to get some fish portraits today but the marine snow had moved down to the top of the reef.

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Apolemia uvaria

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Olive rockfish, Sebastes serranoides

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Honeycomb rockfish, Sebastes umrosus

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White sea urchin, Lytechinus anamesus

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The World's tiniest Hopkin's Rose, Okenia rosacea near its favorite snack, Eurystomella bilabiata

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Berthella californica

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Triopha catalinae

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Flabellina trilineata

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Acanthodoris hudsoni

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Polycera tricolor

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Diaulula sandiegensis

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Felimare porterae

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Triopha maculata

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