We spotted a Aeolidia papilosa at Reguio this weekend, with hood extended. I assume that there's a hapless but tasty anemone underneath that this one is delightedly sucking in. This was smaller than the individual we spotted last week.
The water at Refugio was 47F by my gauge, 43F by my buddy's. We had strong winds all last week and some deeper water mixed with the shallow. It must be really cold deeper down. This is as cold as I've ever experienced at Refugio -- and in June!
Here it is again, showing a neighboring sand dab watching with a disgusted expression.