Two juveniles - the smaller one is 99% oral veil, 1% rest of nudibranch. Mainly I liked how the colors of their background came out in this photo. Adults on the same algae (with standard lighting) in second photo.
Bonus points: There's a DOTO in my PHOTO.
Could you would you in a box?
Dozens laying eggs. Some >1" long.
No nifty white stripes, but seems offset like the ones with stripes... also on kelp with the others.
Juvenile, about 2" long.
My bad on the poor quality photo
Sorry for the crap-ass cellphone photo.
Spanish Bay Beach, Asilomar
Monterey County, CA
27 July 2015
About 8 feet long. Multiple whitish spots on head. Maybe a Salmon Shark instead of a Great White Shark, but those are the two most likely species to be found here, with this fin profile. We were able to eliminate any other likely species to be found here like Blue Shark, Thresher, Basking, and Mako.