This was discovered off the docks at FHL. It is about an inch and half in diameter and slimy green in texture. Hard to say exactly which type because it was tightly closed up and solo.
This was discovered when out on a boat catching fish in San Juan Channel. It is approximately 2 inches long and has slimy feather like tuffs with orange tips.
Small, scaled, dent in head region, large pectoral fins. Found in tidepool dead mans cove.
Mossy chiton, covered in a thick mass of stiff hair, blends into rocky substrate
Polychaete worm, segmented, found in intertidal
Holding on to rock substrate, dark brown with distinct stripe down middle
Over 18 rays
Upright spines on head, loose skin, cirri on head and body
Upper intertidal, above all other barnacle species on rocky substrate
Found in upper intertidal, on rocky substrate, she'll about 2.5cm, faint radial stripes
Mostly transparent bell, white organs visible, about 6 inch diameter
Radial symmetry, green color, inside eaten out but exoskeleton with spines still attached remained, found at Shark Reef Sanctuary on Lopez Island
This fish (smaller in length than a hand) possessed patterns on its underside which have bioluminescent properties. (Photophores on underside of body-- arranged in a v on the underside of its head.)
Silver in color.
Penny sized, green, spiny, round. Spiny lumpsucker
Very few found in the tide pools we were exploring at high tide.
Orange in color-- covering many rocks at Cattle Point.
(Identifying the flounder underneath)