Underwater, Garibaldi fish (Hypsypops rubicundus) spawning, unusual behavior, good for connecting and editing. First see male Garibaldi fish in mid-water in a beautiful kelp forest, (Macrocystis pyrifera), then he swims downward to catch the eye of a female Garibaldi who is swimming beyond, at 0:06. At 0:18 he is able to attract her to follow him, he wants to lead her to his nest, a patch of algae on a reef face, for her to lay her eggs there. 0:27, the male Garibaldi leads the female off camera. Good natural light on bright orange Garibaldis, pretty blue water, lots of sunlight, beauty shot. The kelp forest includes Bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana) and giant Opaleye fish (Girella nigricans) and calico bass (Paralabrax clathratus). California Channel Islands. Healthy environment. See tiny planktonic nutients in the rich seawater. North America West Coast. Pacific Ocean. This shot is another angle and connects with other footage, see clips labeled BC180502_0362 through _0398 and BC190111_0001.

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