These photos were taken on December 20. All of these creatures were founder between the Eastern Beach swimming enclosure and limeburners point.
I had the camera on the underwater setting, so most of the photos came out blurry. These photos curate the specimens that didn’t easily fall into other categories. In most cases, I haven’t tried to identify them.
From Marine Research Group Facebook:
Very likely to be Linguimaera leo, Family Maeridae: Uniform pale pinkish colour, likely to shelter under rocks or in algae, eye is dumbell-shaped
Possibly Austrominius modestus, as they have four plates.
I’m not getting an ascidian vibe. I’m not even sure both photos below belong to the same species.
Leaning towards Euidotea genus. Photo quality isn’t good enough to see the details I need to. I’m guessing Euidotea stricta because the antennae look like they may be tapering. But could also be Euidotea peronii if the last coxal plate is angled. I can’t tell if it is or not.
Photo quality sucks, so can’t narrow it down further.
These look similar to the ones below. Identified as being from the Neogastropoda order.
Friends on Facebook suggested Conus eggs.
On iNaturalist, this was identified as being from the Neogastropoda order. Another person said it was from the Fasciolariidae family.