Wildlife spotlight

Triopha Maculata Sun Salutation, photographed in Santa Cruz, CA by Robin Agarwal

Sea Clowning Around: Triopha maculata and Triopha catalinae, by Robin Agarwal

Acanthodoris lutea nudibranch smells like citrus or cedar

A Sea Slug by Any Other Name, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal

The “Smalls”: The Teeniest, Tiniest Sea Slugs In California

Two spanish shawl nudibranchs eat Eudendrium hydroids

Flaming Eye-Candy in the Tidepools: Spanish Shawl Nudibranchs, by Robin Agarwal

Sea Slug of the Month – Yellow Blobs of Awesomeness, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal

Three Opalescent Nudibranchs (Hermissenda opalescens). Photograph courtesy of Robin Agarwal via Flickr Creative Commons License

Sea Slug of the Month – Morro Bay’s ‘Gateway Nudi:’ Opalescent Nudibranch, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal

Mystery species number 1

Morro Bay Wildlife Spotlight: Mystery Species Revealed

Three western pond turtles sunbathe at Sweet Springs Nature Preserve. Photograph by Jerry Kirkhart, via Flickr Creative Commons License.

Morro Bay Wildlife Spotlight: Western Pond Turtle

Morro Bay Wildlife Spotlight: Monarchs are back!