Juvenile, still has spots. About 3/4" long.
Video of this hungry baby feeding: https://www.flickr.com/photos/30314434@N06/20320791773/in/dateposted-public/
Large one, about 2" long, and baby, about 1/3" long.
Additional photos show one laying eggs (and there's another egg mass, likely doto, in the background), and a microscopic one next to a small Doto amyra.
Alternate photos are of the numerous juveniles.
Second one was quite yellow, obviously spending too much time with the numerous D. montereyensis.
Tiny baby in second photo.
Oblivious photographer gently tapped on the arm by this guy.
Juvenile rockfish of some sort - attacked the camera! About 2" long.
Foraging on purple hydroids on the side of the dock.
Adult and juvenile observed on the docks
4 observed on the docks, including two mating!
Fits the description. The fury antennae got me hooked. For some reason I like moths with the fury antennae.
Fits description. Found by the other 2 moths.
Found outside at the deli/bakery where I was eating. Was found by 3 other moths.
Lots of these guys. . . yes on all the kelp.
The same fisherman who caught the rockfish caught 4 of these guys. I tried to get a picture of all 4 together but some random lady was trying to give mouth to mouth to the other three. At least that's what it looked like.
I think. . . Some kind of worm.
The other large individual.
Saw 2 huge ones.