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Nudi Diversity

The last couple days we've been out on the reef, it seems like there's been a surge in overall nudibranch abundance! After a couple months of seeing primarily Hopkin's Roses (Okenia rosacea), we're finally starting to see other species in greater numbers as well. Still a lot of Okenia out there, but lots of others too.

It's been a great couple days of tidepooling! Here are some snapshots from the past two days:

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Posted on May 20, 2015 03:57 PM by kestrel kestrel | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Pillar Point reef, south of San Francisco on the San Mateo coast (and home to the famous Maverick’s Surf Contest), is a diverse, rocky, intertidal site directly adjacent to the Montara State Marine Reserve. When the reserve was established as a California State Marine Protected Area in 2007, the Pillar Point reef was intentionally excluded from the reserve boundaries for use as a control site. ...more ↓

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