Friday, I had the opportunity to return to Shelley Beach with a good tide and ample daylight. I easily collected all the samples that I needed in less than an hour. It’s amazing how easy things can be when you have great conditions and you already know where you’re going and where to find the animals.
The highlight of the day was finding this apparently albino calcar. I’ve never seen one that was bone white like this, and it was certainly alive and apparently well. Cool. I also found a 4-rayed exigua that was fire red. It’s next to a two Australian dollar coin that is about the size of a nickel.