Reddish brown eye, anterior chin shield shorter than posterior, 14 upper labials, 19 lower labials, dorsal scale count at midbody is 17, lateral stripe on second and third scales, brown with light tan dorsal stripe and red coloring on throat and little black speckling, big eye, common garter snake ?
Female? Pale dorsal stripe fades away near tail, anterior chin shields shorter than posterior, 14 upper labial scales, 16 lower labial scales, 17 dorsal scales at midbody, dorsal stripe at 2 and 3, big eye, thamnopus sp.
Missing tail, pale dorsal stripe, no neck or side color, anterior chin shields are shorter than posterior, big eyes, 14 upper labial scales, 20 lower labial, lateral stripe at 2nd and 3rd scales, 17 midbody dorsal scale count, common garter snake?
Dorsal scale count at mid body is 17, northwestern Garter snake ?
15 upper labial scales, 17 lower labial scales
Seen throughout the subtidal site in the mud
Subtidal decorator crabs seen in high abundance on seagrass
Large fish seen in shallow, muddy environment
The sandy bay had large and small patches of eelgrass dispersed sporadically about.
Small, brown, aggressive crabs were seen covering eelgrass blades throughout the eelgrass bed.
Fluffy, brown nudibranch found hanging onto eelgrass blades. This was the only nudibranch that I saw at this site.
Small, bright white crab found clinging on to an eelgrass blade.
Large, pinkish/white/red crabs found in the sand in between eelgrass beds.
These small, stiff, brown sea stars were found all over eelgrass blades across the site.
Light brown anemone found on a seagrass leaf. These anemones were found in high abundance covering numerous seagrass leaves throughout the bay.