Thank you Tom, Gdog,
happy to share scenes from our world underwater.
One of the reasons I enjoy diving is the possibility, that regardless how many times I dive in the same spot, there is always a chance to find something I never seen before. After nice dive on the northern end of Whidbey in the Deception Pass on Friday, on Sunday, I went to the most southern end of the island. Beautiful sunny day, calm seas. And I came across a very small, about 6mm slug, feeding on lonely hydroid. I would probably never found it if it was not contrasting with its bright yellowish attire of cerata against the grabby background of the Possession Point Fingers walls. I snapped few pictures and the surprise came later at home, when I realized, I never seen this kind of nudibranch before. Not in my guide books neither. So I contacted my friends and we came to the conclusion, that it MIGHT be the recently described Zelentia willowsi found by Karin Fletcher near her home at Rich Passage, Port Orchard !
Not 100% positive, but exciting, nevertheless.
So fellow divers, keep your eyes open !