Large peach-tinted egg masses on giant kelp blades. Masses about 1.5" in diameter.
It's in there munching away on the hydroids. Not your standard field guide shot, though. Sorry!
Calling this individual C. steinbergae because there is no dorsal notch and the rhinophores appear to be simple. We have seen C. pacifica in this location, as well.
Not even sure this is a Eubranchus, but leaning toward E. rustyus.
About 4 mm, hiding deep in hydroids on giant kelp. For closeup of rhinophore, please see 2nd photo.
A small Corambe, perhaps 4 mm. Simple rhinophores with brownish-red tips (moving right in this photo), and no posterior notch after watching it move around for several minutes.
Tiny, about 3mm. Found on giant kelp among hydroids. Photos with darker blue background are highly Photoshopped to show markings better, but the truer color is in the lighter photos.
Or possibly a very pink Doto kya?
Found four of these feeding on hydroids on a kelp float. Tiny egg masses nearby, assume they are D. kya.
They thought it might be D. columbiana
Feeding in amongst the hydroid..
Perhaps M. membranacea?