not sure of this ID.
Tiny White Dorid skills are lacking
found ~10 of these beasties
steamrolling a D. subramosus
ceratal core color seems too dark but rhinophore type matches...ANOTHER great Liz find
another Liz find
dozen's of these, most around 2-4 mm
2 dozen roses
Commensal w gumboot chiton
i think? so drab compared to others i've seen further south...
dozens of these on the underside of rocks, very small (~2mm), some egg-laying
Observed at Palmer's Point, Patrick's Point State Park, Humboldt County, California. Observed floating upside down on water surface, photo taken in clear plastic vessel. Approximately -.8 tide
Observed at Palmer's Point, Patrick's Point State Park, Humboldt County, California. Observed many individual specimens, probably around 15 total. All were quite small, the largest no more than 1.25cm, all the same uniform bright orange. Approximately -.8 tide
not totally sure of this ID...found only this one on some red algae. ~3mm
Liz found this one! ~25mm
My witchy partner, Liz, had a feeling about this creepy hole. She told me to go take a look while she watched the kid. Found this little beast within...~8mm
Monadenia infumata ssp. callidina (melanistic example)
Very much resembles M. infumata ssp. subcarinata but differs in the shell periphery angle (less acute) and the typical M. infumata shell texture only extends to the periphery of the last whorl in this species and does not extend to almost the umbilicus as in M. infumata subcarinata. This species normal coloration is more like the typical M. fidelis with yellow background and dark brown striping.