Laying eggs. First time I've seen this species do this.
Possibly the last two Cumanotus in the harbor, sharing a meal of one of the last Pinauay hydroids of the season.
Large one, about 1.25" long.
Oddity alert! :-)
Left oral tentacle was forked.
Group of four, all about 1/2" long. Dark purple coloration with yellow mottling, even on the tail. (Is this an infection?) Looked like miniature sea hares.
They've grown! Now about 2/3" long.
Possibly a fossil...
an Erato? 4mm. Photo 1 by Sasha Robinson.
On finger for size...