About 5 years ago, I posted some photos of this distinctive nemertean, so some of you might remember Verrill's Ribbon Worm (Micrura verrilli). We've only encountered this species a few times, so we were happy to see it again.
Today (4 May 2018) Eric noticed it inside a Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) holdfast washed up on the beach. I only had time to take a quick snapshot, but I thought it would be a worthwhile record to document.
For the older post and a little more information (and some nice photos), see "A colorful tip" from 16 March 2013.