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December 22, 2009

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marjorie

fascinating!

i read this post with dread, worrying the whole time that you would be towed. i guess a ticket isn't so bad. and i'm so jealous! i've never seen a baby lobster in Newport!

Term Paper

There were pink algae like the algae in California, both the kind that makes a flat crust on rocks or shells and the foliose kind like pink parsley,surely this is amazing.

Susan McCarthy

Oh yes, quite amazing. Here's a picture from Steve Lonhart (SIMoN / MBNMS) of a pink sculpin against rocks covered with the pink crustose algae (and I think a small foliose specimen in the front).

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Artedius_corallinus.jpg

Like a drag queen hiding in a costume shop.

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