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Posted by Merry on June 24, 2014 at 10:55:21:

Not only can we NOT stop diving Golf Ball Reef, but we can't seem to break out of the same 50 foot radius. We get stuck there because every dive brings something interesting. And curious juvenile giant sea bass have been seen in the same spot 4 times by different divers.

Margaret and I took turns shooting this large, male swell shark. We left him undisturbed.

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Ever get tired of the same old Spanish Shawl?

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Ok, sorry for that.

The delicate side-gill slug, Berthella californica, in its "wedding dress".
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Doriopsilla albopunctata
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Diaulula sandiegensis
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Acanthodoris hudsoni
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Felimida macfarlandi
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